Tobacco Free Resources
Listed below are resources for those who wish to reduce their use of tobacco products:
|Annapolis Valley Health|
|NS Department of Health||Heart and Stroke Foundation
|Capital District Health Authority||World Health Organization (WHO)
|Health Canada’s E-Quit website||Why Quit?|
|The Stop Smoking Centre
|A Comprehensive Tobacco Strategy for Nova Scotia||American Cancer Society|
|The Economic Impact of Smoke Free Workplaces||Quit Smoking Community|
Canadian Cancer Society Smoker’s Helpline 1-877-513-5333
Canadian Cancer Society, Nova Scotia Division 1-902-423-6183
Smoking Cessation Sessions
Addiction Services|Nicotine Addiction Treatment Group
This group-based program is for anyone interested in quitting or cutting back on their use of tobacco. No appointments are necessary. You can attend the group if you are thinking about quitting, ready to quit smoking, or needing support to stay away from tobacco.
Free groups run for one hour and are facilitated by Kris Garby. No appointment is necessary. Groups are held in Wolfville, Kentville, Berwick, Middleton and Annapolis Royal.
For more information call Kris at (902) 365-1715 or Addiction Services at (902) 679-2392 or (902) 825-6828.
For more information on smoking cessation resources in your area please go the Smoker's Helpline Online website.