TEACH delivers specialized trainings, resources, and community supports to build capacity of service providers applying evidence-based smoking cessation treatment.
STOP offers free-of-charge smoking cessation treatment and counselling support to eligible individuals across Ontario who want to quit smoking.
PREGNETS hosts resources for women and their health care providers about quitting or reducing smoking during pregnancy and postpartum.
CAN-ADAPTT develops evidence-based guidelines and tools for smoking cessation service providers, researchers and policy makers.
Register with CAMH by calling Access CAMH (416-535-8501, press 2).
CAMH Patients: Call Access CAMH (416-535-8501, press 2) will book you in for an appointment with an NDC clinical staff member for an Initial Comprehensive Assessment.
You will receive a phone call to attend the "Getting Started" workshop.
A nurse or doctor will do a health assessment and talk about tobacco cessation medication. If appropriate, patients may have the option of receiving up to 26 weeks of free NRT through the
Ongoing weekly support groups are available to all patients of the NDC.
Patients can self-refer for services at the NDC. For New Patients, please call to register with Access CAMH (416-535-8501, press 2).
For CAMH Patients, call Access CAMH (416-535-8501, press 2) to be connected to the NDC. Collaborating agencies can refer according to the special pathways designated for your agency.