Tobacco Treatment

The MHealthy Tobacco Consultation Service (TCS) offers programs to help both employees and students of the University of Michigan, as well as patients of the University of Michigan Health System to quit tobacco. TCS offers a variety of tobacco treatment options to meet the needs of the U of M community. TCS provides tobacco treatment services in a non-judgmental, supportive environment. We do not lecture or use scare tactics. Learn more about Tobacco Treatment Programs.

The MHealthy Tobacco Consultation Service in partnership with the University of Massachusetts is pleased to provide Tobacco Treatment Specialist (TTS) core certification training. The program is accredited by the Association for the Treatment of Tobacco Use and Dependence (ATTUD). The training is available to individuals who meet the minimum requirements for enrollment. Learn more about program requirements and upcoming training dates.

On July 1, 2011 all campuses of the University of Michigan became smoke-free. The MHealthy Tobacco Consultation Service serves as a resource to the University of Michigan community to address smoke-free policy questions and concerns and refer to appropriate resources. Learn more about the Smoke-Free Environment.