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|Smoking Cessation and Tobacco - Programs and Services||Health Promotion Council of Southeastern Philadelphia, Inc|
The Health Promotion Council's Southeastern Pennsylvania Tobacco Control Project aims to prevent the initiation of tobacco use, eliminate nonsmoker exposure to tobacco smoke pollution, promote smoking cessation, and identify and eliminate tobacco-related disparities.
|Smoking Cessation and Tobacco - Programs and Services||Riddle Hospital (Main Line Health)|
|Offers programs to support those in need of assistance with cessation of tobacco use, smoking and nicotine addiction, such as SMOKE FREE, a smoking cessation series, and Quit For Life, a continued support program for those who have quit, but need additional support.|
|Smoking Cessation and Tobacco - Free or Reduced Cost Medications||Bryn Mawr Hospital (Main Line Health)|
|This 6 session behavior modification smoking cessation program aimed at helping you quit smoking for good offers free nicotine replacement therapy (NRT) or Zyban (Buproprion) to those who are eligible. Nicotine replacement therapies could include patches, lozenges, or gum. See session details for current locations.|
|Smoking Cessation and Tobacco - Free or Reduced Cost Medications||Crozer-Keystone Health System|
|This program is a 6-session group program led by experts who understand why you smoke. The program uses a positive behavioral change approach that teaches you how to become a nonsmoker for good. This program offers free or reduced cost nicotine replacement therapy (NRT) or Zyban (Buproprion). Nicotine replacement therapies could include patches, ...|
|Smoking Cessation and Tobacco - Free or Reduced Cost Medications||Family and Community Service of Delaware County|
The Warm Chicken Program (as opposed to cold turkey) is a free eight-week smoking cessation program provided in individual sessions. Free nicotine replacement therapy (NRT) such as patches are available as part of this program.
|Smoking Cessation and Tobacco - Free or Reduced Cost Medications||Pennsylvania Department of Health|
|This program offers free nicotine replacement therapy (NRT) patches and phone support for those interested in quitting smoking. Phone support can range from three to six sessions. Participants may receive a 4 week supply of nicotine patches. Websites: http://www.determinedtoquit.com (English) and http://www.estoydecidido.com (Spanish)
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