CARE referral program
Help your patients/clients make the connection to quit-smoking support.
The Helpline’s Referral Program is a proactive way for health care providers, community leaders and employers to refer tobacco users to the Smokers’ Helpline where they can receive free smoking cessation services and support. The Program was originally launched in 2004 with physicians, and since then has expanded and is used by a wide variety of health professionals.
Healthcare providers who use the provincial EMR may submit a referral to the Helpline through eDOCSNL. For more information about making a referral through that system, click here.
Once you submit your patient/client’s information via online or fax, here’s what happens next:
Access resources and materials to support your work in tobacco cessation. To request call the Helpline at 1-800-363-5864 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Download this card which details the process involved in using the Online Referral System.
Contains information about the programs & services available, along with practical quit tips to help clients feel more prepared to move forward with quitting.
These posters help spread the word that there is support available to help people quit smoking.