READY TO STOP SMOKING?
On Thursday, May 14, 2015, the Lawrence County Health Department will host the Cooper/Clayton Method to Stop Smoking, a 12-week comprehensive program. These workshops have been conducted all over Kentucky and have been very successful.
The Cooper/Clayton Method to Stop Smoking is an effective cessation method which addresses all aspects of smoking. The Method uses nicotine replacement patches, provides 12 intensive education sessions and weekly support group meetings.
Anyone interested in becoming a non-smoker is encouraged to attend the Cooper//Clayton Method to Stop Smoking workshop. There is no charge for the class. The only cost to the participant is $5 per box for nicotine patches (five boxes used per program – $25 total cost). Classes will meet once a week, at the Lawrence County Health Department conference room, 1080 Meadowbrook Lane, Louisa, from 3 to 4 p.m., beginning Thursday, May 14.
For more information, contact Pat Machir or Carolyn McGinn at 606-638-4389.