Freedom From Smoking®
The Freedom From Smoking® group clinic includes eight sessions and features a step-by-step plan for quitting smoking. Each session is designed to help smokers gain control over their behavior. The clinic format encourages participants to work on the process and problems of quitting both individually and as part of a group.
The cost of the clinic is $125 which includes 8 sessions and all materials. A new class will start every month, classes in even months will be on Wednesday evenings from 6-7 and classes in odd months will be on Fridays from 3-4.
Click here to register for the class beginning September 6th.
•Class 1 Friday September 6 3-4 PM
•Class 2 Friday September 13 3-4 PM
•Class 3 Friday September 20 3-4 PM
•Class 4 (Quit Day) Friday September 27 3-4 PM (Follow Up) Saturday September 28 3-4 PM
•Class 5 Friday October 4 3-4 PM
•Class 6 Friday October 11 3-4 PM
•Class 7 Friday October 18 3-4 PM
Click here to register for the class beginning October 2.
•Class 1 Wednesday October 2 6-7 PM
•Class 2 Wednesday October 9 6-7 PM
•Class 3 Wednesday October 16 6-7 PM
•Class 4 (Quit Day) Wednesday October 23 6-7 PM (Follow Up) Thursday October 24 6-7 PM
•Class 5 Wednesday October 30 6-7 PM
•Class 6 Wednesday November 6 6-7 PM
•Class 7 Wednesday November 13 6-7 PM
Click here to register for the class beginning November 1.
•Class 1 Friday November 1 3-4 PM
•Class 2 Friday November 8 3-4 PM
•Class 3 Friday November 15 3-4 PM
•Class 4 (Quit Day) Friday November 22 3-4 PM (Follow Up) Friday November 23 3-4 PM
•Class 5 Friday November 29 3-4 PM
•Class 6 Friday December 6 3-4 PM
•Class 7 Friday December 13 3-4 PM
There are so many reasons to quit smoking! Here are a few:
For your health! According to the Surgeon General, quitting smoking is the single most important step a smoker can take to improve the length and quality of life. As soon as you quit, your body begins to repair the damage caused by smoking.
To save money! It’s getting more expensive to smoke cigarettes. State and federal cigarette taxes continue to go up and in some places, a pack of cigarettes can cost $10.00. Even if a pack costs “only” $5.00 where you live, smoking one pack per day adds up to $1,825.00 each year.
It’s good for the people around you! Cigarette smoke is harmful to everyone who inhales it, not just the smoker. Children who live with smokers get more chest colds and ear infections while babies born to mothers who smoke have an increased risk of premature delivery, low birth weight and sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS).
Phoenix Programs can help you quit for good. We offer the Freedom From Smoking program. A clinic with proven results that can help you QUIT.