TOBACCO HARM REDUCTION RESEARCH PROJECT
For Adults with Substance Use and Mental Health Disorders
Tobacco use in the United States has decreased significantly in the last 50 years. Individuals facing substance use and mental health disorders, however, continue to smoke in numbers far greater than the general population. Research has shown that they are more likely to die from their tobacco use than from any of their other challenges.
Our project is designed to assess harm reduction techniques for helping eligible adults cut back on smoking or stop altogether. Please contact us if you’re interested joining this paid, 6-month project, or if you have a client, friend or relative you’d like to refer to us. There’s no cost to participate.