If your New Year's Resolution was to quit smoking or to quit chewing tobacco, and you have either given up or are struggling to continue being tobacco-free, there is help through the State of Wyoming's Quit Tobacco Program.
Rosie Davidson, Tobacco Cessation Specialist with the Community Resource Center in Buffalo, said people often resolve to quit tobacco on their own, and most fail a number of times before succeeding.
Some can quit on their own, but most need help through cessation medications such as patches, gum, lozenges or capsules.
Davidson explains more about the Wyoming Quit Tobacco Program .
According to Davidson, Wyoming residents have many options for support such as personalized plans to help quit tobacco, free and private coaching to help quit, as well as the low-cost or free tobacco cessation medications.
In Buffalo, the Community Resource Center can be reached at 684-7933.
All Wyoming residents can get help by calling 1-800-QUIT-NOW, (1-800-784-8669) or by going online at www.wy.quitnet.com