Tobacco use, although a chronic addictive behavior, is treatable.
Tobacco Policy and Treatment
Tobacco Treatment Resources for Individuals
Did you know that more than 70% of people who smoke want to stop?
Tobacco Treatment Resources For Health Care Providers
Resources for Health care providers.
Tailored Tobacco Treatment
BH WELL's own self-paced tobacco-use treatment program with 8 modules. The modules include: Balancing Your Decision, Knowing Your Triggers, Starting to Plan, Coping with Withdrawal, Managing Emotions, Healthy Living, Staying Positive and Supportive, and Relapse Prevention.
Trainings and Education
Here you will find training materials related to the effects of tobacco use.
Assertive Community Treatment is a treatment approach designed to support persons with serious mental illness.
Quit and Win
A pilot community-based incentive-driven tobacco cessation program was implemented among 7 people living with mental health illnesses. 4 participants completed the program and 1 was successful in cessation at the end of the program. Future research is needed to test community-based Quit and Win programs in various behavioral health settings.
Have you ever wanted to talk to patients about their smoking but didn't know how to start the conversation? Our simulated scenario videos may be able to help!
Luka Kinard became addicted to Juul when he was 14. Now 17 years old, he wants to share his story in hopes of helping others who are also fighting Juul addiction. This media resource provides five brief messages from Luka and his mom, Kelly.
Multi-Unit Housing and Secondhand Smoke Exposure
Secondhand smoke is able to travel from other units and common areas through doorways, cracks in walls, plumbing, and ventilation systems. This secondhand smoke negatively impacts physical and mental health.