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Maybe you’ve told yourself that you were going to quit using tobacco, but you just haven’t been able to make the commitment yet.
Luckily, our Well onTarget portal provides self-management programs, tips and techniques and resources to help you effectively manage the quitting process.
Our Self-Management Programs consist of:
These programs were developed in a way that makes it easy to learn. The course content reviews topics that a preventive in nature and based on recommendations by accredited programs and guidelines.
The Quitting Tobacco program addresses many factors that contribute to addiction, including physical, psychological, social and cultural. Once you have kicked the habit, the Staying Tobacco Free program can help in your daily effort to stay tobacco-free. This program addresses the complex physical, psychological and socio-cultural factors that influence an individual’s desire to use tobacco products. Key elements of this program are trigger avoidance and social support.
The courses are easy to access through the Well onTarget Member Portal at www.wellontarget.com. You can also use the mobile app, AlwaysOn®, to register for the Digital Self-Management programs.
You can quit. Sign up today, by visiting www.wellontarget.com.
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