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Our smoking cessation program offers support, guidance, and resources to promote a tobacco-free lifestyle aiming to help individuals quit smoking.
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San Diego Smoking Cessation Programs

At Right Path Rehab, we understand that it’s hard to stop smoking. Statistics from a recent study make it clear just how difficult it can be:

  • 68 percent of smokers said they wanted to quit
  • 55 percent said they tried to quit
  • Only 8 percent said they successfully quit

At our rehab center in San Diego, we offer a smoking cessation program that can help you give up nicotine for good. Using a combination of medications and behavioral therapy, our clinicians and counselors put together a personalized plan to fit your needs.

If you have tried to quit before and been unsuccessful, it might be time to seek help from a professional nicotine rehab center. Other signs that your addiction is serious include physical symptoms when you try to quit (shakiness, irritability, increased heart rate), or if you’ve continued to smoke even after your doctor has told you that you should quit for health reasons.

A combination of therapy and medications during drug rehab can greatly enhance your chances for long-term success. Our program includes access to a wide range of medications that have proven effective in helping smokers stop using nicotine. And our counselors are specially trained in the most successful treatments and incorporate them in group and one-on-one therapy sessions.

We’ve Helped Thousands of Individuals Overcome Drug and Alcohol Addiction

If you or a loved one are ready to overcome drug or alcohol abuse, our addiction specialists are here to guide you through every step. Many of our dedicated staff members are in long-term recovery themselves and understand firsthand the challenges of the recovery journey. This personal experience, combined with our professional expertise, allows us to offer compassionate, effective support tailored to your unique needs.

What Happens After My Rehab Program?

Just like people with drug and alcohol addictions, smokers often relapse after they give up cigarettes. But we show you how to improve your chances for lasting recovery by learning coping skills that help you ignore the urge to smoke.

During your recovery treatment, we also teach how to best avoid relapse after you leave rehab. Some of the recommended lifestyle changes include:

1. Change your mindset. Learn how to begin thinking of yourself as a non-smoker.

2. Take up exercise. You will enjoy feeling healthier, and activities such as yoga and aerobic exercise also reduce withdrawal symptoms.

3. Commit to on-going care. Find a support group such and don’t be reluctant to reach out for help when you feel the urge to smoke.

Call Right Path Rehab today and let us help you quit smoking for good!

Recovery Starts at Our Drug and Alcohol Rehab by Requesting a Call

Our drug addiction and mental health treatment center proudly offers only the highest standard of care in addiction medicine and behavioral health, underpinned by our state-of-the-art facilities and a team of esteemed alcohol and drug treatment professionals. To get started, give us a call or request a call from an addiction specialist who can offer support and guidance for you or a loved one.

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Insurance Can Cover up to 100% of The Costs of Addiction Treatment and Mental Health Care

Did you know that insurance can cover up to 100% of the costs of addiction treatment and mental health care? Our addiction treatment center accepts most insurance plans. For a free insurance benefits check complete our confidential insurance verification form by clicking the link below.


Alexis Ecoff MA, LMFT, MCAP
As the Clinical Director for Right Path Recovery in San Diego, Alexis brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the field of counseling and therapy. She has a strong academic background with a B.S. in Psychology and a B.S. in Family and Child Sciences from Florida State University, and an M.A. in Marriage and Family Therapy from the University of San Diego. Alexis is licensed in Marriage and Family Therapy in California, Florida, Connecticut, and Massachusetts, and is a member of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT).
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