What resources are available to quit smoking/chewing?
Anyone interested in quitting tobacco (smoking & chewing) or interested in information for someone they know, are able to receive a free Quit Smoking or Quit Chewing Kit from the front desk. This kit includes information about starting their cessation program. Tobacco education materials (quit guides, pamphlets and quit cards) are also available to the public. Free cessation classes are currently being offered at the Public Health Department (times and dates will vary) – to sign up call 533-7464. A quit smoking class is also offered through Sonora Regional Medical Center, call 536-3726 for more information. Finally, the 1-800-NO-BUTTS hotline is a free resource for those wishing to quit; callers can speak with a cessation specialist and work with them one-on-one to quit smoking. For more information and resources to quit, nobutts.org.

Show All Answers

1. What resources are available to quit smoking/chewing?