FORT WAYNE, Ind.—Would you like to quit smoking, but just don’t know where to start? IPFW is offering a program designed to assist people on the difficult journey to become a non-smoker. Natalie McLaughlin, who is an RN from Parkview Hospital Community Nursing Program, will instruct Freedom From Smoking. Classes will meet once a week for seven weeks, beginning Wednesday, September 18, continuing through Wednesday, October 30, from 5:30 to 7 p.m. in Walb Student Union, Room G21. The class is free and open to the public.
The first three courses offer techniques to prepare people for quitting. The last three focus on how to live tobacco-free.
During the sessions, participants will:
Most importantly, the program will teach participants how to live a tobacco-free life. Upon registration, participants will receive a free workbook and relaxation CD. To enroll, email Judy Tillapaugh, IPFW health and wellness coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 260-481-6647.
Additional tobacco cessation assistance is available at the IPFW Center for Healthy Living: Campus Clinic and Wellness Programs. To set an appointment, call Heather Krull at 260-481-5748.
Freedom From Smoking is sponsored by the IPFW Center for Healthy Living: Campus Clinic ad Wellness Programs, Parkview Live, and Parkview Hospital Community Nursing Program. Freedom From Smoking is registered trademark of the American Lung Association.