Tobacco Cessation Weekly Meetings

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Weekly Group Meetings

TUESDAY’S | 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Feb 7th – Jun 27th, 2023
Community Cancer Center – Conference Room A

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Everyone is Welcome ~ No Appointment Necessary

These sessions are tobacco cessation support group meetings made up of men and women helping each other to understand the health dangers of tobacco use, nicotine addiction, identifying behavior and situational triggers, and how to make positive steps toward living their lives free of tobacco and nicotine use.

Research has shown that the best way to quit tobacco use and stay smoke free is to combine a cessation aid (like the patch or nicotine gum) with a strong support system. The members of our support group can coach you through the ups and downs of nicotine withdrawal and quitting.

Being in a support group can also help you develop new skills to conquer your nicotine addiction. In addition, the members of the group who have experienced the same problems can support each other and may suggest new ways of dealing with a particular problem. Most importantly, the largest advantage of joining a support groups is realizing that you are not alone.

•  No Dues or Fees to join
•  Ongoing Program with Weekly Meetings

For more information, registration, or questions about programs contact:

CCC Outreach Ed | Program Management 
Angelia Freeman | Phone: 541-672-0072
or Email:



Become an EX
The EX Plan combines expertise from the Mayo Clinic with practical advice from ex-smokers. You won’t just quit smoking. You’ll “re-learn life without cigarettes.”

It doesn’t matter if it’s your first try or your tenth, EX can help you quit and stay quit. Research shows that the more times people come to the EX site, the more likely they are to quit smoking. The three steps in the EX Quit Plan can help you:

Freedom from Smoking Plus
Freedom From Smoking Plus has a great new look, updated content and activities and includes both online and phone support. The program also works well on smartphones and tablets so you can get help quitting smoking whenever, however and wherever works best for you.

Guide to Quitting Smoking
This is an online guide from American Cancer Society on How to Quit Smoking or Smokeless Tobacco. To have the best chance of quitting tobacco and staying quit, you need to know what you’re up against, what your options are, and where to go for help. You’ll find this information here.

My Path
Thinking about quitting? Talk with us. We can help.
Are you ready to quit? you are not alone. The My Path program includes resources to help you or your loved ones who are thinking about quitting tobacco and nicotine products for good. Adapt, in cooperation with Umpqua Health Alliance, provides individual and group tobacco cessation counseling for Umpqua Health alliance Medicaid and Medicare health plan members.

Nicotine Anonymous
This is a 12-step fellowship of men and women helping each other live nicotine-free lives. Nicotine Anonymous welcomes all those seeking freedom from nicotine addiction, including those using cessation programs and nicotine withdrawal aids. The primary purpose of Nicotine Anonymous is to help all those who would like to cease using tobacco and nicotine products in any form. The Fellowship offers group support and recovery using the 12 Steps as adapted from Alcoholics Anonymous to achieve abstinence from nicotine.

Oregon Tobacco Quitline
This is a free program offering tips, information, and one-on-one telephone counseling to anyone looking to quit tobacco use. You will also get assistance in determining if you are eligible for free nicotine gum or patches. Open 7 days a week, 24 hours a day.  Call 1-800-QUIT-NOW (1-800-784-8669).

Quit for Life
You can quit. We’ll show you how.
We understand that quitting is about more than just not smoking. When you join our program, a Quit Coach® will help you become an expert in living without tobacco using “The 4 Essential Practices to Quit For Life,” principles based on 25 years of research and experience helping people quit tobacco.
On this site you’ll find support, tips, tools, and expert advice to help you or someone you love quit smoking.

Smokefree Teen
Want to quit but don’t know how?
Get your daily dose of the support you crave. This site is designed and run by people at the National Cancer Institute to help teens take control of their health.

SmokefreeVET is a mobile text messaging service for military Veterans who receive their health care through VA.  Visit Tricare to learn more about available tobacco cessation services.