In collaboration with the Whidbey General Hospital Foundation, we offer a four-part series of classes for tobacco cessation.
Topics covered include:
- Tobacco and Addiction
- Nicotine Replacement Therapy and Medications
- Health Effects of Tobacco Use
- Tools to Stop Smoking and for Quitting Tobacco Use
- Relapse Prevention
When you attend all four classes, we offer a voucher for a free box of nicotine replacement patches.
These classes are FREE.
Certified Tobacco Treatment Specialist Katherine Riddle (right) leads this program.
Learn about upcoming classes and registration. You may speak with the instructor regarding alternative scheduling or to ask questions by calling 360-678-7656, ext. 2130 or 360-321-7656, ext. 2130.
Information and Support Sessions
We also offer free information and support sessions to help you quit tobacco.
These one-hour sessions will help you learn about health issues related to tobacco, the many tools that are now available for helping you quit, and how to find the resources that would best serve you.
Whether you use cigarettes or smokeless tobacco, whether you’ve tried to quit before or not, there are many resources that can help you. Come by and get inspired to quit for good. Those who have recently quit and are looking for support are also invited.
These sessions are presented in Coupeville on months we do not offer the four-week tobacco cessation classes.
More Resources to Help You Quit Tobacco
Visit the following websites for valuable information on becoming tobacco-free:
You may also want to ask your doctor if there are medications available that could assist you in your efforts to quit tobacco.