A Good Day's Work: A Guide for Tobacco-Free Work Sites in Arizona
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A Good Day's Work: A Guide for Tobacco-Free Work Sites in Arizona, First Edition,
HAVE YOU MADE THE
DECISION TO QUIT?
Here are some resources in Arizona
that can help you:
The Arizona Smokers' Helpline is a free, telephone-based
counseling service. The program helps smokers and smokeless
tobacco users who are ready to quit or are thinking about quitting.
Through one-to-one, telephone-based contact, each caller is helped
by an Arizona Smokers' Helpline counselor to devise an individual,
personalized Quitting Plan right for their needs. Counseling is
available in English and Spanish.
For those who choose to quit on their own, management and self-
help materials are available. The Helpline staff can refer the caller
to the closest smoking cessation or intervention program near them.
The Arizona Smokers' Helpline can be reached by calling:
1 (800) 556-6222.
The American Cancer Society, the American Heart
Association and the American Lung Association all offer a
variety of tobacco cessation services including group classes,
individual counseling, self-help information, quit kits and nicotine
replacement therapy. To learn more about which of these services
are offered in your area, contact your local chapter.
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