Tobacco Dependence Clinic
We can help you quit tobacco
Smoking is the leading preventable cause of death, and quitting is the single most important thing you can do for your health.
However, it's hard to quit smoking and you might need some help. Nicotine in tobacco is an addictive drug and it can be a very difficult to quit. Seventy percent of all adult smokers want to quit smoking but are overwhelmed with the process.
See our Information and Materials page for educational information about quitting smoking, downloadable smoking cessation materials, podcasts, websites, helplines, and more.
Quitting smoking programs at Dartmouth-Hitchcock
- One-on-one counseling, classes, medications
Cheshire Medical Center Tobacco Cessation Program
- Koop Tobacco Treatment Center at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center
Alexandra Fannin, APRN
- Live Well, Work Well program for D-H employees and their dependents: One-on-one tobacco counseling for Dartmouth-Hitchcock employees and their dependents
- One-on-one counseling, hypnosis at New London Hospital
- One-on-one counseling, QuitLine, classes at Gifford Medical Center
White River Junction, VT
- One-on-one counseling for all ages and incomes eligible at the Good Neighbor Health Clinic
- Classes and support group at the VA Medical Center
- One-on-one counseling, QuitLine, classes, hypnosis therapy at Mt Ascutney Hospital and Health Center