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Seton Health Center The Butt Stops Here Program
2012 Butt Stops Here Program Schedule
Seven week program meets once per week from 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm
At four convenient locations!
St. Mary’s Hospital – Mondays
1300 Massachusetts Avenue, Troy
Albany Medical Center* – Mondays
43 New Scotland Avenue, Albany
St. Peter’s Cancer Center* – Tuesdays
317 So. Manning Boulevard, Albany
Ellis Health Center* – Wednesdays
600 McClellan Street, Schenectady
* Please note only St. Mary’s will be holding sessions over the summer. The remaining locations will end in June and resume in September.
Enroll at anytime!
The Butt Stops Here is an award winning program developed by Seton Health. It has helped thousands stop smoking!
You may register at any time and we will enroll you in the next available program. The program fee is $45 for seven 1-hour sessions with the option of signing up for additional support sessions. The program is covered by some health plans and includes a workbook, relaxation CD, a “quit kit” and a 6-week supply of nicotine patches or gum.
To register, or for more information, call (518) 459-2550.
The Courage to Quit
2 Locations and FREE of charge!
Capital City Rescue Mission
259 So. Pearl Street, Albany
Every Thursday, 7:00 – 8:00 pm
City Mission of Schenectady
425 Hamilton Street, Schenectady
Every Monday, 6:30 – 7:30 pm
The Butt Stops Here Certification Cessation Training Program
The Center offers a full day training on how to conduct smoking cessation counseling services. The training includes tobacco education, counseling skills, information on the various quit smoking medications, and techniques/strategies on helping smokers stay quit. This training is ideal for a variety of professionals with an interest in and commitment to assisting others in becoming tobacco free.
For more information on upcoming trainings or to register, go to www.quitsolutions.org
Online Quit Resources
The New York State Quitline keeps a comprehensive list of links to web sites that have tobacco-related news and information to help you stop smoking. Visit the Quitline for more information.