Leading practices in smoking cessation for persons living with mental illnesses and/or addictions
April 1, 2019
Review results about Canadian smoking cessation programs for people living with mental illness(es) and/or addiction, now with data from 2018 to 2019
The next update for these results is planned for Spring 2020.
Reaching less than 5 per cent of Canadians smoking by 2035 will require both broad, population-based approaches as well as focused approaches for populations with higher rates of smoking.
Learn more about the following highlights from this second edition:
- Alignment of existing smoking cessation programs with Canadian evidence-based guidelines
- Information about adaptations to smoking cessation services, including quitlines and coverage of quit smoking aids by province and territory
- Smoking cessation programs developed by, with and for people living with mental illness(es) and/or addiction by province and territory