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Smoking Cessation

Smoking Cessation 
Local Tobacco Prevention and Cessation 

Are you or a loved one trying to quit using tobacco? Consider the following local tobacco cessation resources listed below. For additional resources, please visit Tobacco-Free York County. 

Tobacco Cessation Programs:

Tobacco Cessation - WellSpan Health

Tabacco Program Flyer (pdf)

Becoming tobacco free can literally be a life-changing achievement. At WellSpan Health, we understand the decision to quit is the first step in a long path toward a healthier you. That’s why we provide education, self-guided programs and classes to help you reach your goal of a tobacco free lifestyle. For more information, please call:

  • Adams County: (717) 338-3259
  • Franklin County: (717) 264-1470
  • York County: (717) 851-5857
  • Lancaster County: (717) 721-8790
  • Lebanon  County: (717) 270-7759

Tobacco Cessation: Get Help Quitting |UPMC in Central Pa.

UPMC's trained tobacco cessation educator and free program will help you quit once and for all. Once you quit smoking and using tobacco products, you’ll live a longer, healthier life. You’ll breathe easier, notice an increase in your energy level and lower your risk for heart attack, stroke and cancer. For more information about smoking and tobacco cessation services at UPMC in central Pa.:

  • York: 717-849-5463
  • Hanover: 717-316-7894
  • Lititz: 717-625-5056

For 24/7 tobacco cessation assistance:

Free Pennsylvania QuitLine
800-QUIT NOW
800-784-8669


www.quitnet.org

Quit Net: Provides research-based methods via the web to support smokers trying to break the habit.


www.cdc.gov/tobacco/index.htm  

Tobacco Information and Prevention Source: Web site on tobacco, which is sponsored b the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.


Talking to Your Teen About Vaping

Teen vaping has reached an epidemic level, and kids in middle school are starting. Vaping is dangerous to your child’s health and is highly addictive. Help prevent your teen from becoming one of nearly 8,000 kids who start vaping each day.

Have the conversation!

We can’t be in the room with you, but we can help you get ready. Check out our 10 tips and vaping facts below to help you get ready. You can do this.

Talking to Your Teen About Vaping - WellSpan Health

 


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