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.
COVID-19 Opioid Agonist Treatment Guidance
A consensus interim guideline for management of opioid agonist therapy within the COVID-19 context
Diabetes Prevention Toolkit can be used to train lay health educators on diabetes prevention and management.
Brief 1-2 page fact sheets on the effects of tobacco use on various aspects of health.
My Change Plan
A workbook patients can use to help put together their quit plan.
Addressing Dual Alcohol and Tobacco Use
Mood Management and Smoking Cessation Resources
Individuals with depression are more likely to smoke cigarettes and often experience negative mood changes and lower quit success when making a quit attempt. The resources below were designed to help health care providers deliver mood management support to clients presenting depressive symptoms, as part of the STOP Program’s Mood Management Initiative.