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Free Tobacco Cessation Classes

Classes Resuming!

Our tobacco specialist has begun scheduling live, virtual classes to safely provide the support and resources to help you quit. Our next class is an 8-week program planned for 1-2 p.m. on Thursdays from Oct. 15 - Dec. 10, 2020.

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We know people are stuck inside and can’t get to classes. We’ve put together a list of online resources to help you quit tobacco today!


Join our Facebook support group

Share tips and support online

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Phone, Text & Video Support

PA toll-free Quitline

Whether you are thinking about quitting, are not yet ready to quit, or have already quit, PA Free Quitline can help. Free, Convenient, Safe & Secure.

1-800-QUIT-NOW
The Wellness Connection

Free online tobacco dependence treatment with video conferencing available to residents of Southeastern Pennsylvania.

Learn more or book a session
Free Text Messaging Support

Smokefree.gov's free text messaging programs give 24/7 encouragement, advice, and tips for becoming smoke free.

Sign Up Today!

You can do it.Quit without leaving your house!

Get support, resources, personal coaching, quit plans and more online today.


Get resources now!

Contact
Teresa Detweiler

Click here to email Teresa Detweiler today. You can also call
(610) 376-8669 - EXT. 136

Youth Vaping Resources

Online ResourcesWebsites to help youth quit or learn more

Quit tobacco for good!

Do you regularly smoke cigarettes, vape or chew tobacco products? Are you ready to quit? Join this free 8-week class and receive the support you need to quit using tobacco for good. Although classes run for 8 weeks, you are welcome to join an any point. Nicotine replacement (NRT), including nicotine patches, gums or lozenges, is available free of charge for class participants. Classes are for Berks County residents only.

 


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When you quit smoking you lower your health risks for illnesses or death from cancer, emphysema, bronchitis, diabetes and heart disease!

Did you know?


It costs about $3,000/year to smoke one pack of cigarettes a day.

This class will do the following:


Have questions?

Contact Jackie Steed

Email Jackie

Find more online tools for quitting

Click for a list of websites dedicated to tobacco facts and tools for quitting.