CHOICES is a grant funded program founded by Jill M. Williams, MD, Associate Professor of Psychiatry. This program employs mental health peer counselors to deliver the message to smokers with mental illnesses that addressing tobacco is important and that they should seek treatment. The CHOICES goal is to eliminate disparities in access to tobacco cessation services by targeting the mentality ill, a group with heavy smoking and low socioeconomic status. For more information, please contact Trish Dooley 732-235-3361, or visit the CHOICES web site.
The Eric B. Chandler Health Center is located on George Street in downtown New Brunswick. It is one of the few federally qualified health centers owned and operated by a medical school. The Chandler Health Center provides clinical health care for local indigent populations (e.g., uninsured, Medicaid, under-insured). Each year our residents and medical students rotate at the Chandler Health Center helping to provide a number of community-based health and wellness programs.
The Tobacco Free for a Healthy New Jersey - Central Region program is dedicated to promoting community health through education and outreach. Members of this partnership are concerned citizens, community organizations, schools and other municipal programs in Central New Jersey.
We are committed to to reduce the harms caused by tobacco use and dependence in Central New Jersey and to prevent initiation of tobacco use.
The Tobacco Free for a Healthy New Jersey-Central Region Program was founded by the Rutgers-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School with funding from the New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services and the CDC. To visit the website for more information, Click Here.
Hurtado Health Center is the largest of the three health centers that make up Rutgers University Health Services New Brunswick/Piscataway. For more information, Click Here to visit the website.