COMMIT 2 QUIT IN 2017

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MCCA is no longer offering tobacco cessation, however, there is a free online program through the state of Connecticut called Commit to Quit. Click here for more information or to enroll.

Commit to Quit is about providing you with the tools to help you quit when you’re ready and on your own terms. This is your decision, we’re just here to make it more successful.

Commit to Quit is funded by The Tobacco and Health Trust Fund through the CT Department of Public Health. Our goal is to help people quit to avoid the costly health consequences of tobacco use.

If you were enrolled in MCCA’s Commit 2 Quit program and are in need of Nicotine Replacement Therapy (NRTs), please contact your counselor.

 

Quitting smoking is the single most important step that you can take to improve the length and quality of your life.

– The US Surgeon General

Enroll in our Free Program today!

Call: 203-792-4515 x 1905  •  or email Kris Novak at KNovak@mccaonline.com

Commit 2 Quit is free and open to the public at the following locations:

Danbury • Derby • New Milford • Waterbury • Torrington • New Haven

Schedule Your Appointment Today!

This free group is open to MCCA clients and the public.
For more information, contact Jacqueline Stewart, 203-792-4515, x 1906.

 

It’s hard to quit tobacco, but you can do it. To have the best chance of quitting and staying a non-smoker, you need to know what you’re up against, what your options are, and a firm support network in place.

There has never been a better time to quit. MCCA is now offering individual and group counseling, and NRTs for anyone who is ready to quit smoking – all FREE of charge.

Cigarette smoking kills more people than alcohol, cocaine, heroin, homicide, suicide, car accidents, fire, and AIDS – COMBINED.

Enrolling in a treatment program run by trained professionals will give you the support and tools you need to quit for good.

Our free program offers:

  • Small Groups

  • Individual Counseling

  • Nicotine Replacement Therapy

Funding provided from the Tobacco and Health Trust Fund by the CT Department of Public Health