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Quit Smoking

Smoking cessation centres

It's possible to quit smoking or stay non-smoker while respecting your own pace and needs! Smoking cessation centres (CATs) offer free services tailored to your needs, whether you are a smoker or an ex-smoker. To help you think about quitting smoking, to support you in your efforts to quit smoking or to prevent relapse, TACs offer individual or group support.

Services Offered

In the form of one-on-one help: meetings and telephone follow-ups.

  • Quit smoking at your own pace and according to your needs.
  • Effective strategies for coping with nicotine withdrawal;
  • Information on the benefits of quitting smoking;
  • Information on pharmacological treatments;
  • Effective and practical tools;
  • Referrals to other CLSC resources as needed (e.g., nutritionist, etc.)

This free service is of variable duration, depending on the needs of each smoker.

To obtain the services

For one-on-one meetings, contact your local Smoking Cessation Centre (CAT):

Centre multiservices de santé et de services sociaux de Temiscaming-Kipawa
819 627-3385, poste 1232

Centre multiservices de santé et services sociaux de Ville-Marie
819 629-2024, poste 4468

CLSC de Rouyn-Noranda
819 279-0519

Centre multiservices de santé et de services sociaux de La Sarre
819 333-2311, poste 52231

CLSC d’Amos
819 732-3271, poste 4213

CLSC de Val-d’Or
819 825-5858, poste 2228


Telephone Help

1-866-JARRETE (527-7383)
Monday to Thursday: 8 a.m. to 21 p.m. Friday: 8 a.m. to 20 p.m.

Help via the Internet:

Tobacco-Free Québec website.