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OLBH can Help You Quit Smoking
Because New Year’s resolutions sometimes require the support of others, OLBH invites anyone wishing to stop smoking to join its free smoking cessation program. The next session begins Monday, Jan. 9 with classes meeting Mondays at 6 p.m. at the OLBH Human Motion Vitality Center conference room.
The six-week program utilizes the proven Cooper-Clayton method to help participants become non-smokers. Sessions are free except for the cost of nicotine replacement or Zyban. Family, friends or other members of an individual’s support system are welcome to attend.
“It often takes more than willpower to become a nonsmoker,” Jean Bowling, R.N., said. “The best way to stop smoking is through a combination of counseling, support and nicotine replacement therapy. Regardless of how long people have been smoking, every day they are a non-smoker will improve their health and could add years of quality living.”
For more information, or to register, contact the OLBH CareLine at (606) 833-CARE (2273).