Tobacco cessation classes will begin on June 27th for all Chatham County residents and employees. Don’t miss this opportunity to receive personal instruction from experienced staff from the Chatham County Public Health Department. QuitSmart is a proven effective program to help quit all types of tobacco, including dip/chew and electronic cigarettes. Participants will receive a free QuitSmart Stop Smoking Kit and all sessions are provided free of charge. In addition, a two week supply of nicotine replacement patches will be given to participants for free. These sessions will be held after work from 5:30 pm-6:45 pm on June 27th, July 11th, and July 13th. All sessions will be held at Chatham Hospital in Siler City (located at 163 Chatham Medical Park Drive, Suite 140 in the Chatham Medical Park Office Building).
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