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Effective January 4th, Inspira Health facilities are implementing mandatory masking due to increases in respiratory virus positivity rates throughout the area.
Quitting tobacco may be the single best thing you can do to improve your health.
In fact, just 24 hours after you stop using tobacco, your risk of heart attack begins to decrease. Two weeks to 3 months later your lung function begins to improve. One year later your risk of a coronary heart diseases is reduced to half of that of a smoker. Five to 15 years later, your risk of stroke will be the same as a person who never used tobacco.
Whether you are trying to quit for the first time or have tried other programs before, we believe every attempt is a step in the right direction.
Our certified tobacco treatment specialists understand the science behind both physical and emotional nicotine addiction. They employ proven strategies to help you quit for good.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), tobacco users trying to quit can double or triple their chances by getting counseling, medicine or both.
Whether you’re taking steps to quit smoking, chewing tobacco, or vaping, the Inspira Quit Center provides comprehensive services, all at no cost.
This program is supported by the New Jersey Department of Health (NJDOH), Division of Community Health Services (DCHS), Ofﬁce of Tobacco Control and Prevention (OTCP).
Our certified tobacco treatment specialists are proud to offer a free smoking cessation assessment by phone or in-person to individuals from Cumberland, Salem and Gloucester counties. Eligible patients can have free nicotine replacement patches and gum or lozenges shipped directly to their homes.
Additionally, our six-week quit groups are now offered virtually or in-person
Our tobacco cessation programs include:
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