Quit Tobacco For Good

You’ve thought about it. You want to. You’ve even tried and been successful before. But this year you are going to quit tobacco for good. Maybe you have tried several approaches. Cold turkey. Organized group sessions. Gums, lozenges patches. All are good, but have you tried this?

Free Resource at Central Resource Library

Starting Tuesday, January 7, 2020 you can meet with a Tobacco Treatment Specialist and receive one-on-one specialized assistance to quit tobacco. The best part? There is no charge, it is on a walk-in basis and will be available every Tuesday from 10:00 am- 11:00 am at the Johnson County Central Resource Library 9875 W.87th St Overland Park, KS.

What is a Tobacco Treatment Specialist?

A Tobacco Treatment Specialist (TTS) is someone who has extensive specialized training and are certified in assisting people in quitting the use of all tobacco products, including- cigarettes, JUUL, vape and chew.

Still not ready? Anxious at just the thought of it? Well maybe just come and meet the TTS and have a conversation about what can help you get ready, whenever that might be. But no matter what, don’t let any more time go by, because this is your year.

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