Quitting smoking is not an easy task. The Tobacco Cessation Program at Stanford Health Care focuses on providing the latest comprehensive, individualized, evidence-based treatment to help patients quit smoking or tobacco. The Program is covered by most insurance plans (except MediCal) and includes:
One-on-one meeting to build motivation and develop an individualized treatment plan
Group behavioral therapy
Mindfulness skills coaching
Support and education
Streamlined referral for nicotine replacement therapy and medications
Interested in becoming a Stanford Tobacco Cessation volunteer?
If you are willing to make a one year commitment and have medical experience (RN is highly preferred), please visit our Volunteer Resources page or call 650-723-7424.
Director: Matthew Kendra, PhD
Stanford University School of Medicine
401 Quarry Road
For information call: 650-498-9111
Select option 2 to join