HEALTHY YOU!: If You’re Ready to Quit, We’re Here to Help
The average smoker attempts to quit at least nine times before succeeding. If you have tried to quit and failed in the past, don’t give up. If you’re ready to become a non-tobacco user, we’re here to help.
The Cooper-Clayton Method to Stop Smoking is a proven research-based smoking cessation program that works. This method includes 12 education and support sessions along with free nicotine replacement products (patches, lozenges or gum). Cooper-Clayton classes provide support for people just like you who are trying to become non-smokers.
New classes begin this month:
May 1, noon to 1 p.m., Saint Joseph Cancer Center in Lexington
May 13, 5:30 to 6:30 p.m., Public Health Clinic/WIC Clinic South in Lexington
May 21, 1 to 2 p.m., EKU Richmond Campus, Library 201
To register, contact Renee Fox.