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
Your Ft. Bragg/Pope Provider can order nicotine patches, and/or nicotine nasal spray and/or Buproprion SR 150 (Zyban).
If you commit to the 4 week program, have already tried other medication(s) to quit tobacco and pass a suicide/violence risk assessment you may be eligible for the medication Chantix (Varenicline).
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.
First Line Medications:
Second Line Medications Must Meet the Below Criteria:
Have had an unsuccessful quit attempt with a first line medication.
Must pass a Suicide/Violence Risk Assessment.
Must commit to a four session Tobacco Cessation Program or seminar.
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