You can quit. We can help.

For people who smoke, dip, chew or vape we offer tobacco cessation programs at our Cranston, Pawtucket, East Providence, Newport and Wakefield CODAC locations.


Here's what you can expect:

  • A warm welcome - We love what we do and are happy to work with you!


  • A personalized assessment and treatment plan - You quit your way. Your dedicated tobacco specialist adds our experience to the mix as you make your decisions.

  • Individual cessation counseling allows you to explore your current tobacco use and move toward making a change at your own pace.

  • Group cessation counseling is a powerful support for quitting.

  • Nicotine Replacement Therapy (NRT) We collaborate with your primary care physician to determine which type best suits your needs. 

  • Resources for family members to help reduce the impact of second and third-hand smoke.

  • Referrals to QuitworksRIRI's quit line, for additional free NRT, continued support with quit attempts, or help maintaining a tobacco-free lifestyle.

What does my insurance cover?

The good news is the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) in 2010 requires Medicaid and most private insurers to pay for tobacco cessation treatment — regardless of your level of coverage.


Most insurance plans cover tobacco treatment, including counseling and Nicotine Replacement Therapy).

TCSRI accepts most commercial and Medicaid insurance plans and will help you determine exactly what your plan covers and will work with your insurer to help you maximize your benefits. We will begin accepting Medicare in January 2020.

© 2019 TCSRI, a CODAC, Inc. behavioral health resource

CODAC, a non-profit organization based in Cranston, Rhode Island, has provided treatment, recovery and prevention services to individuals, families and communities for more than 40 years. With six locations across the state, CODAC is uniquely positioned to provide a wide range of outpatient and off-site services to those struggling with the challenges of substance abuse, behavioral healthcare issues, and other addictive or abusive behaviors.

Click here to visit the CODAC website.