Quitters Always Win! No ifs, ands, or BUTTS
The Tobacco Cessation Program at Fairfield Medical Center is designed to help tobacco users kick the habit. Participants learn the risks of smoking cigarettes, using smokeless tobacco, and smoking e-cigarettes (vaping), as well as the benefits of quitting for self and others. Support and counseling will be used to assist participants in developing a comprehensive plan to stop tobacco use.
The programs covers and includes the following subjects:
- Developing substitutions and distractions
- Family support/choosing allies
- Identifying triggers
- Learning from past attempts to quit
- Medications including nicotine replacement
- Methods of quitting
- Tips for managing withdrawal
- Track progress through program journal
Ready to break the habit?
Call the tobacco cessation coordinator at 740-689-4404 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Intake examinations are available if you do not have a primary care provider.
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Taking steps toward being tobacco-free is the best thing you can do for your health. This November, as part of the American Cancer Society’s Great American Smokeout™, Fairfield Medical Center invites you to take our cold turkey pledge. Click here to take the pledge and be entered to win a free turkey.
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