Tobacco and Education Treatment Program-The Valley Hospital
Want to kick the habit? We can help.
Trying to quit smoking cigarettes or using any tobacco product can be really challenging. Many people will make several attempts before they are finally able to quit for good. We recognize how hard it is to kick the habit and have designed a comprehensive approach designed a comprehensive approach that improves your chance of success.
About our Program:
The Valley Hospital’s Tobacco Education and Treatment Program is available to those ages 18 and up, and is free of charge. The program features face-to-face counseling with a customized approach to quitting. We offer:
*convenient, effective and professional counseling;
*the opportunity to work with a certified tobacco treatment specialist in a free 6-week group session; and
*an up to date consultation on the use of medications known to increase success rates.
Valley’s Tobacco Education and Treatment Program is an important component of The Pulmonary Center, which offers state-of-the-art services for screening and diagnosis of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and lung cancer, as well as the latest medical and surgical treatment options.
Take the First Step:
Quitting smoking is the single most important step you can take to improve your health. And no matter how long you’ve smoked or how often you’ve tried to quit, it’s never too late to try again. Let us help you kick the habit and set you on the road to a healthier you.
To register, please call The Valley Hospital’s Tobacco Education and Treatment Program at (201) 447-8673. Take the first step to a healthier lifestyle today.
The Valley Hospital
The Pulmonary Center
223 N. Van Dien Avenue
Ridgewood, NJ 07450-2736
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Disclaimer: This information was taken directly from the Valley Hospital Tobacco and Education Treatment Program pamphlet and I give them full credit for the information. Please call the above number for more information.
Please call the above number for more information.
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