South Central Public Health District offers a variety of Tobacco Cessation programs that can help you quit smoking, vaping, chewing, juuling, etc. The programs are all five sessions, FREE, and are offered in groups or one-on-one. We offer programs specifically designed for pregnant women, adults, and teens. For more information call 737-5968, or email the Coordinator.
This program is designed to help smokers gain control over their addiction. The clinic format encourages participants to work on the process and problems of quitting, set quit dates, manage stress with healthy methods, discusses medications, offers rewards and aids, and provides help with diet and exercise while quitting.
Tobacco Cessation classes are held one night a week for five weeks. To find specific dates and times call 737-5968 or email the coordinator.
This is a 5 week quit nicotine addiction program offered to teens. The classes help youth recognize habits and triggers, develop coping skills, and set and commit to "quit dates".
SCPHD also offers a two day alternative to suspension class. This is an indepth tobacco and vaping education class that helps teens developing coping skills, teaches effective steps to quit, and helps teens understand how living without nicotine will impact their future.
This program is for pregnant women enrolled in the SCPHD Women, Infants and Children (WIC) Program. These classes are designed to provide tobacco cessation services to women throughout their pregnancies during their WIC appointments. Women who are not enrolled in the WIC program can call (208) 737-5968 for more information.
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