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Nicotine Anonymous Long Island

Mailing Address: P.O. Box 245 3300 Park Avenue Wantagh NY 11793 Contact Phone: (631) 665-0527 Website:

Addiction Resource Overview

This fellowship focuses on helping members live a nicotine-free lifestyle. Cigarettes and tobacco kill an estimated half a million people per year in the United States — more than car accidents, gun violence, heroin/alcohol abuse, and AIDS. It’s a serious problem that can be managed with the help of Nicotine Anonymous in Long Island NY. For Long Island residents that are truly serious about giving up the habit, there is no better route to go on than to attend Nicotine Anonymous meetings.

Nicotine Anonymous in Long Island

Even in the face of negative consequences, people addicted to nicotine seek out the substance just like drug addicts search for street drugs. It’s a dangerous chemical that has many negative health consequences. With the help of Nicotine Anonymous in Long Island, you or our loved one can safely stop using products that contain nicotine.

Nicotine Anonymous helps people quit using cigarettes and tobacco once and for all. If you’d like more information about Nicotine Anonymous on Long Island, please don’t hesitate to contact us around the clock. All calls are free and 100% confidential.

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