What Medications are Available on Ft. Bragg?
After attending the Ready to Quit Information Session, make an Appointment with a Provider at Your Primary Clinic
All 7 FDA approved medications are available for Fort Bragg beneficiaries.
- Nicotine Gum*
- Nicotine Inhaler
- Nicotine Lozenge
- Nicotine Nasal Spray*
- Nicotine Patch*
- Non-Nicotine Medication*
*Womack medications available for same day pick up
- Zyban (Wellbutrin SR 150)
- Chantix (Varenicline)
Your health care provider can prescribe medicines to help you quit tobacco use.
Nicotine replacement medicines contain gradually decreasing doses of nicotine to help reduce withdrawal symptoms you may have when you quit tobacco. Non-nicotine prescription medicines can also help you quit by making nicotine cravings less severe.
At the Ready to Quit Tobacco Information Session all the medications will be reviewed and the facilitator can help you decide if one or a combination of the medications might help you. Registered Nurse facilitators can assist with obtaining same day nicotine patches and/or gum.
Medicines to Help You Quit
If you are seen by a provider off post, your generic prescriptions of nicotine patches, gum and nasal spray may be filled at the WAMC Pharmacy.
Department of the Army Civilians see their primary physician and get medication off post. Federal Health Employee Benefits cover 100% of tobacco cessation medication. WAMC Civilian Employees may be granted an excused absence to attend tobacco use cessation services.
Enrollment in a Tobacco Use Cessation Program is encouraged.
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