Tobacco-free campus policy helps improve the health of our peopleMarch 4, 2016
Categories: Healthy People and Prevention
ANTHC adopted a tobacco-free campus policy in 2006 to protect the health of our people, our visitors and our staff. To further improve the health of our people, the ANTHC Tobacco Cessation Program provides assistance in quitting tobacco use and is available free of charge to staff and patients. A story on how the ANTHC Tobacco Cessation Program helped ANTHC employee Holly Reimer quit smoking was featured in the Alaska Dispatch News this week. You can read that story here: Tobacco-free workplaces on the rise. If you or anyone you know are interested in quitting tobacco, contact the ANMC Tobacco Quitline at (907) 729-4343.
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