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After Attending the Get Ready To Quit Information Session

Participants attend this 4-week class after completing Ready To Quit. This class will provide continued education, counseling, and support to help participants be successful in their quit attempt. Participants are encouraged to attend additional classes to aid them in their quit. All classes are walk-in; no appointment necessary. Classes are open to all patients, regardless of their assigned clinic.

See main page for the most up-to-date class dates and times.

Enroll in a Tobacco Use Cessation Program


Who:
Clinics permit walk-ins and anyone may attend any class at any clinic

Where:
Byars Health Clinic, 910-570-3108
Clark Health Clinic, 910-907-9682
Cumberland County Department of Public Health, 910-433-3892
Fayetteville Family Medical Home, 910-908-2305
Hope Mills Medical Home, 910-908-4673
Joel Health Clinic, 910-907-5635
Linden Oaks Medical Home, 910-908-7308
Preventive Medicine, 910-907-9355 (WELL)
Robinson Health Clinic, 910-907-8282
WAMC Family Medicine Clinic, 910-907-7388

When:
Tuesdays at 11:30 a.m. at Clark Health Clinic
Tuesdays at 1:00 p.m. at Joel Health Clinic
Wednesdays at 9:00 a.m. at Byars Health Clinic
Wednesdays at 9:30 a.m. at Hope Mills Medical Home
Wednesdays at 3:00 p.m. at Preventive Medicine
Thursdays at 1:00 p.m. at Robinson Health Clinic
Thursdays at 10:00 a.m. at Linden Oaks Medical Home
Fridays at 1:00 p.m. at Fayetteville Medical Home 
By appointment at WAMC Family Medicine Clinic
Tuesdays at 6:00 p.m. at the Cumberland County Departmet of Public Health

What:
The Tobacco Use Cessation Program Sessions last 1 hour and are held once a week consecutively.
Topics discussed include planning, coping with withdrawal (must be quit by this date), stress management weight gain prevention and relapse prevention.

Enroll in the Army Public Health Nursing Tobacco Cessation Program


This program includes an appointment with our Preventive Medicine provider to get medication and a commitment to attending four additional classes.

The Doctor's screening to obtain tobacco cessation medication will include:

Who:
Active Duty, Family Members and Retirees obtain medication on post. Department of the Army Civilians see their primary physician and get medication off post. Federal Health Employee Benefits cover 100% of tobacco cessation medication. WAMC Civilian Employees may be granted an excused absence to attend tobacco use cessation services.

Where:
Screenings are held at the Preventive Medicine Bldg 1-2539 at the corner of Hamilton and Randolph St., near the Iron Mike.

When:
Monday - Friday 7:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Call 907-9355 for more information, option 4 for an appointment.

What:
The four week Tobacco use Cessation Program. Sessions last 1 hour and run 4 weeks consecutively

3:00 p.m. Wednesday sessions are held at the Preventive Medicine Building

Sessions last 1 hour and run x 4 weeks consecutively.

First Class = Planning Class
Second Class = Coping with withdrawal (must be quit by this date)
Third class = Stress Management
Fourth Class = Weight gain and relapse prevention

Feeling the need for some additional support?
Attend PHN Support Classes as a Walk-In as Needed


3:00 p.m. Wednesday sessions are held at the Preventive Medicine Building

Enrollment in the program is not required to attend sessions. Walk-ins are welcome.

Call 910-907-9355 for class date and times.

Directions to the Preventive Medicine Building

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Telephone
Contact Information
Phone: 910-907-9355 (WELL) Option 4
Location: Bldg 1-2539 Hamilton St.
Ft. Bragg, N.C. 28310
Near Iron Mike