Don’t Pay the High Cost: You Can Quit for Good
Smoking is an expensive habit.
In 1970, a smoker paid about 60 cents for a pack of cigarettes. A decade later, the cost was up to $1 per pack. Today, it’s a different story. In Maryland, a smoker will pay as much as $7.75 per pack.
And that’s just the financial part. There are other costs, too. The cost to your health can be staggering.
Isn’t it time you Quit for Good?
Quit for Good is a free tobacco cessation program led by a nurse practitioner, with assistance from Kaiser Permanente clinicians and health experts. Now offered via three one-hour webinars, the program is open to all MCPS employees and their spouses, regardless of whether they participate in MCPS employee benefits or are enrolled in benefits with Kaiser.
You know that quitting will save you money. Quitting also may save your life. It will certainly improve your health.
For Quit for Good webinar dates and times, visit the Well Aware website. To register, email Well Aware.