health clinics in Sandusky Ohio

Tobacco Cessation Program

  • The Tobacco Cessation program through Firelands Center for Coordinated Care supports all tobacco users, including those managing chronic health conditions related to tobacco use.

    The program offers sessions with a trained Tobacco Treatment Specialist through individual or group counseling, group class, telephonic counseling, or a combination at various locations.

    Why is a tobacco cessation program needed?

    Tobacco is the leading cause of preventable death. On average, every cigarette smoked takes 11 minutes off your life. The tobacco cessation program helps individuals who want to quit tobacco but may not be able to accomplish the goal without support.

    How do I enroll in the Tobacco Cessation program?

    Anyone can enroll through self-referral or a provider referral. For more information, call 419-557-6992 or email


    Where are programs for tobacco cessation located?

    • The individual counseling takes place at the Center for Coordinated Care at the Hayes/Tyler corner of the Firelands Regional Medical Center main campus, 1221 Hayes Ave.
    • The group classes are located at Firelands Regional Medical Center main campus.
    • Telephonic counseling is offered through the Ohio Quitline.
    • American Lung Association: 1-800 Lung USA (1-800-586-4872)
    • OH Quitline: 1-800 Quit NOW (1-800-784-8669)

    Other Support Resources

    Elaine Slisher, 419-557-6151

Contact Us

For further information or referral questions,
call 419-557-6550.

Fax number for referrals: 419-621-1047