Tuesday, September 1, 2009

The Last Drag

Unhappy about your SMOKING? … Want to learn more in a safe place? Whether you want to stop or are simply looking for reliable information about tobacco use, Tobacco Intervention with Capital Health offers free programs to help you. The Last Drag is a one-hour smoking cessation program for all ages of the LGBT* and Ally communities which provides information to help you make informed decisions about tobacco use, and gives an overview of the Tobacco Intervention programs designed to help you stop smoking. The Last Drag Information session to be held at: The Youth Project, 2281 Brunswick Street Halifax, NS B3K 2Y9 September 10, 2009 7:00 - 8:00 PM

Taking Pride in Living Tobacco Free: If you have attended a Last Drag Information Session you can then register for the Keeping it Going program, held for 4 weeks in a community location. Nicotine patch, gum or lozenges are provided free as part of the program.

To Find Out More about Tobacco Interventions ‘To Be Tobacco Free Programs,’ please call 424-2025 or visit www.cdha.nshealth.ca (click on Capital Health A-Z, then Tobacco Intervention Program).

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