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
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