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Published On January 27, 2014 » 567 Views» By KCEP Webmaster » Community Affairs
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Southern Nevada Health District

Interested in quitting smoking? Whether you prefer the support of a group setting, or calling from the comfort of your own home, there’s a program that’s right for you.

Call one of these programs below to get started on the road to quitting for good.

If you prefer quitting from the privacy of your own home…

Nevada Tobacco Users Helpline: The Nevada Tobacco Users Helpline (Helpline), a division of the University Of Nevada School Of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry, provides free and confidential telephone-based counseling for Nevada residents who want to address their tobacco use.

This treatment service is delivered by counselors who are Licensed/Certified or Certified Interns under the State of Nevada Board of Examiners for Alcohol, Drug and Gambling Counselors and are trained to treat nicotine addiction for all forms of tobacco.

The Helpline provides two levels of service, including providing information about quitting and other Helpline services (information only) or a self-help and education service with a one-time telephone-based counseling session (brief intervention).

The Helpline also provides an individualized quit plan, and a free supply of nicotine replacement therapy patches as funding allows.

Call 1-800-QUIT NOW or (702) 877-0684 to start the process today.

Nevada Tobacco Users Helpline
6375 W. Charleston Blvd., Suite A-100
Las Vegas, NV 89146
www.livingtobaccofree.com external link

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