Services also available at 100 Stokes Street, 3rd floor
Hours of Operation:
Monday to Friday - 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Contact Phone Number:
Access CAMH: 416 535-8501, press 2
More Contact Details:
For all other clinic information, please contact 416 535-8501 ext. 77400
Types of Treatment and Services Offered
a psychoeducation session on how to develop a quit plan
weekly structured and open ongoing support groups
workshops on nutrition, physical activity and other topics promoting overall health
consultation with a physician, nurse and/or pharmacist specializing in tobacco cessation
opportunities to join research studies offering novel cessation treatment options
The Nicotine Dependence Clinic offers several specialized outpatient treatments for anyone who wants to quit or reduce their tobacco use.
We offer assessment, medical consultation, group counselling and medications to quit/reduce smoking. Our clinic provides service to clients with concurrent substance use and/or mental illness as well other medical conditions.
Contact Access CAMH, the centralized intake line, to register for our “Getting Started” workshop, which provides introductory information and strategies for quitting or reducing tobacco use. Clients can then meet with a therapist to complete an assessment and develop a treatment plan, which may include group counselling, additional workshops, consultation with our physicians and/or smoking cessation medications.
Training in Tobacco Dependence Treatment: The TEACH (Training Enhancement in Applied Cessation Counselling & Health) is a knowledge translation project that offers a university-accredited certificate program in intensive tobacco dependence interventions for health care providers. Information about courses and workshops can be found at teachproject.ca.
STOP Program: The STOP (Smoking Treatment for Ontario Patients) Program is funded by Smoke Free Ontario and evaluates different methods of distributing free Nicotine Replacement Therapy to Ontario smokers. Visit stopstudy.ca for more information.
Pregnant or Post-Partum Smokers
The PREGNETS project provides information on quitting or reducing tobacco use while pregnant or post-partum. Visit pregnets.org for more information.
CAN-ADAPTT is a national guideline development, dissemination and exchange project. Visit canadaptt.net for more information.
Research & Other Projects
The Nicotine Dependence Service is also engaged in a variety of other projects aimed at addressing healthy living behaviours, other addictions and mental health concerns. Please see our website nicotinedependenceclinic.com for current projects and studies recruiting participants.