Contact:
 Snow Hill Health Center 
 Prevention Program
 
 Phone: 410-632-0056
 
 Hours: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
altQuitting smoking is hard.  We’re here to help!

Individual, group and youth counseling is free and offered throughout Worcester County.  Joining a class gives you the best chance for success.









Vouchers are available for program participants who wish to use:

  • Nicotine patches
  • Nicotine gum, lozenges
  • Chantix

You can become a non-smoker!



Who is eligible for these services?

  • Any resident or person working in Worcester County is eligible.

Where are these services provided?

  • Snow Hill Health Center
  • Berlin Health Center
  • Pocomoke Health Center
  • WACS Center (West Ocean City)

How much do these services cost?
  • They're FREE!



FAQs


  • How long are the sessions?
    • 12 weeks  (7 weeks education/ 5 weeks group support)
  • How do I enroll in the voucher program?
    • You must be a resident of or working in Worcester County and attend group or individual smoking cessation counseling. The counselor will provide you with the voucher program information.
  • Do I have to participate in group counseling?
    • While group counseling is encouraged, individual counseling can be arranged as needed.
  • When do the next sessions start?
    • Call 410-632-0056. These are held throughout the year. 


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