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Second Breath Tobacco Cessation Webinar

Fee: $10

If you're ready to quit smoking, or chewing tobacco, Sharp HealthCare's Second Breath program can help.

This web-based program is designed to guide you through the process of becoming tobacco-free by addressing both the habit and addiction components of tobacco. During the six-weekly sessions you will build skills in behavior change, stress management, weight control, effective medication use and relapse prevention. Long-term support and follow-up is provided.

Participants who experience a relapse are welcome to repeat the program within one year free of charge.

  • Who? Open to everyone, but enrollment is limited to the first 15 participants.
  • Where? No travel required. Attend the online class from your home computer.
  • When? Six 60-minute sessions held from 6 to 7 pm.
  • Computer requirements: Any computer with an Internet connection. An email will be sent to you one week prior to the class with instructions on how to log in.

We also offer this class in person. Please refer to Second Breath Tobacco Cessation Class for more information.

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