Rutgers-Tobacco Dependence Program’s CTTS Training
is one of a select group of ATTUD Accredited training programs

The Tobacco Dependence Program (TDP) is dedicated to reducing the harm to health caused by tobacco use. The TDP particularly aims to provide expertise on quitting smoking for those who need it most. We do this through education, treatment, research and advocacy. Rutgers-Tobacco Dependence Program’s CTTS Training is one of a select group of ATTUD Accredited training programs offered

Tobacco Dependence: The Scope of the Problem
Tobacco products are addictive and deadly. They cause more than 430,000 deaths each year in the United States. Tobacco causes more premature deaths each year than AIDS, homicide, road traffic crashes, suicide, alcohol, and illegal drugs all added together. People who use tobacco don't set out to become addicted or to die prematurely, but those are the most frequent consequences. [more]

STOPPING SMOKING STARTS HERE