Tobacco cessation classes begin May 22 in Brandon

BRANDON — Porter Hospital and Vermont Blueprint for Health are sponsoring a free workshop starting this month for people who want to quit smoking. The free workshop begins on Wednesday, May 22, from 5-6 p.m., at UVM Health Network Primary Care Brandon office at 61 Court Drive.
It is designed with the knowledge that reducing or quitting tobacco can be tough, and often is more successful with help. The workshop will give support and help those who wish to quit set a plan to succeed. It continues at the same time and location for three more Wednesday’s following May 22. Nicotine Replacement Therapy will be available at no cost to those who participate.
For more  information or to register, contact Courtney Thorn, Porter Hospital Community  Health Team, at 802-388-8860 or [email protected].

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