The Smoking Cessation program focuses on helping patients to quit smoking. A Registered Nurse meets with patients to create a treatment plan. There may also be medications available to the patient to assist with the quitting process.
- Information, support and counselling about behaviour modification techniques and medications
If you feel this program would be beneficial, please contact your family doctor’s office or the Stratford Family Health Team at 519-271-7172.
The Lung Health Foundation and its certified respiratory educators are available every weekdays from 8:30 to 4:30pm to answer your questions about your lung health as well as provide smoking cessation support. If you need to know more about asthma, COPD, lung cancer or that cough that won’t go away we can help you stay informed.
Reach out to the Lung Foundation at 1-888-344-LUNG (5864)
Other helpful links
What are the best products for quitting smoking?
What are the dangers of second-hand smoke?
How does smoking affect dental and oral health?
Tips for keeping your children smoke-free
Lung Association – Journey to Quit Workbook
STOP Guide to Using NRT
Smoking Cessation Services | Health Benefits of Quitting Smoking
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