LET US HELP YOU QUIT TOBACCO!
Do You Smoke, Vape or Chew? Southeastern Idaho Public Health offers several options designed to help you quit
- One-on-One Support (by phone, in-person, virtually)
- Nicotine Replacement Therapy
- 4-Week Smoking Cessation Workshops
- I Quit Program (Free Diapers & Wipes)
- Project Filter
One on One Support
SIPH Offers a free tobacco program tailored just for you. Our one-on-one support is offered in-person, by phone or virtually. Call Darlene Davis at 208.239.5290 or email to connect today.
Nicotine Replacement Therapy
A free 2-week supply of patches, gum or lozenges is available to participants who complete a tobacco program. This program can be completed one-on-one or via a 4-week Tobacco Cessation Class.
4-Week Tobacco Cessation Workshops
The goal of this 4-week course is to help you prepare for a successful quit attempt. Resources are available to help you and by taking part in the program you will discover how you to can become a former smoker.
I Quit Program (Free Diapers & Wipes)
Eligible Participants Ready to QUIT Include:
- Pregnant Women
- Postpartum mothers/fathers with a child under one year
- Individuals who use tobacco and live at the same address as the mother and/or father with a child under one year
Attend monthly visits to develop a quit plan and get support. A FREE case of diapers and 3 packages wipes are given at each visit participants test nicotine-free (up to 12 visits until baby’s first birthday). A $500 value. Click the link to find out more or contact Darlene Davis at 208.239.5290 to register.
Project Filter is Idaho's tobacco prevention and cessation program. They offer free resources by phone and online to help people quit smoking, vaping and chewing. Project Filter also offers a free 8-week supply of Nicotine Replacement Therapy (NRT) in the form of nicotine patches, gum and lozenges, to help people on their journey to quit commercial tobacco. Visit www.projectfilter.org or call 1(800)Quit-Now to access Project Filter resources.
Are you sick of using tobacco?
How many times have you tried to quit? Maybe once, maybe a thousand times. You start out really wanting to quit and feel that the time is right. However, for one reason or another, you start using tobacco again. You feel like a failure and that you will never be able to stop using tobacco. It is not surprising, considering tobacco is an addictive drug, which makes it hard to quit.
Perhaps you are ready to try and quit again, but you are afraid that you may fail once again. Who can blame you? As hard as it is to believe, it takes a person on average seven attempts to successfully quit. That means that a person may quit after the first time they try, while the next person may need fourteen times before they successfully quit. Give us a try and let us help you become a former tobacco user!
For more information, call Darlene Davis at 208.239.5290 or contact her via email at .