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Providing education and resources on multiple topics concerning the health of the community; manages the Nicotine Replacement Therapy program (formerly known as Smoking Cessation); promotes community health through involvement in community events and outreach.
Education and resources for community members on replacing addictive behaviors with health and wellness through prevention activities, counseling (one-on-one, and group), and support for ongoing prevention (such as smoking cessation, and use reduction). Call to schedule your intake appointment 360-716-5662.
Eligible individuals must be 18 years of age (or older) and be a Snohomish County resident.
To receive grant funds for nicotine prevention projects/programing please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for a grants application.