Grant Provided By American Legacy Foundation Makes Quit Smoking Successful In Richland County
Date: 17th October 2007
As soon as Richland County Coalition Against Domestic Violence" received a grant worth $18,000, the "Quit It!"smoking cessation program started by the organization attained success in helping people to get rid of smoking addiction with Chantix, the anti-smoking drug showing beneficial effects without side-effects.
Sources reveal that with the assistance of the grant, the anti-smoking program "Quit It!", started by Helen Schmitt has been involved in a host of activities such as supplying funds to purchase quit smoking aids along with paying for education and advertising meant to facilitate smoking cessation.
With regard to the success shown by the smoking cessation program "Quit It!" Helen Schmitt makes it clear that the success shown by it is amazing and with the help it offered, people have reduced their cigarette intake from two or three packs to only two cigarettes daily.
According to Cyndee Brown, a Certified Natural Health Consultant and facilitator of the program, even if the participants` insurance doesn't cover quit smoking help aids, the grant appears extremely useful in helping people pay for the quit smoking help aids prescribed by their physicians.
Alongside Cyndee Brown, the other people involved in the program for consulting purposes are Charlene Pontoriero, a nurse, smoking addiction specialist Tim Anderson and several area pastors.