Quitting Smoking is a Journey...
Hamilton Public Health
The Quit Smoking Clinic helps you to cut down or quit smoking and will provide no-cost nicotine replacement therapy. Call 905-540-5566 Ext. 1 or visit their website for more information: https://www.hamilton.ca/public-health/clinics-services/smoking-treatment-ontario-patients
Tobacco Addiction Recovery Program (TARP)
TARP is run through the Capacity Building Team at the SJHH West 5th location. It is available to anyone with a mental health issue, and who also wants to quit or reduce their smoking.
Nicotine Replacement Therapy (NRT) is provided to participants for a full 26 weeks through the CAMH STOP Study. Participants are invited to join in 8 weeks of topics that will help them quit, including managing cravings, understanding addiction, goal setting and exercise and nutrition. After the 8 weeks are done, participants will come back every two weeks for a check in and to receive more NRT.
If you have a client who would be interested in attending, click the Word Document icon to download a copy of our one page referral. Alternatively, we also accept self referrals. Call 905-522-1155 ext. 39343 for more information.
Online Smoking Cessation Resources
The Lung Association: Journey 2 Quit (view the PDF here)
Live Free of Second-hand Smoke (view the PDF here)
On the Road to Quitting: Guide to becoming a non-smoker (for Young Adults) (view the PDF here)
On the Road to Quitting: Guide to becoming a non-smoker (view the PDF here)
Help a Smoker Quit: One step at a time (view the PDF here)
For Smokers Who Don't Want to Quit: One Step at a Time (view the PDF here)
For Smokers Who Want to Quit: One Step at a Time (view the PDF here)
Quit 4 Life (view the PDF here)
St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton Staff
Take the next step with STOP on the Road. Drop-in for 15-minutes & receive a FREE 5-week course of nicotine replacement therapy (NRT) patches.
The STOP program is research-based, cost-free & available for staff, learners, physicians & volunteers who want to quit smoking!
Learn more by contacting:
Elaine Russell-Eakins from Public Health: 905-546-2424 ext. 3788
Employee Wellness: or 905-522-1155 ext. 37689