Step Free from Tobacco

Ready to quit smoking?

Think you've tried everything? Nothing has worked? Afraid to try anything at all?

Whether you smoke or use chew, the Health District's Step Free from Tobacco program can work for you. We have helped hundreds of local smokers quit through our straightforward approach.

The Step Free Program

  • First session free
  • Six sessions
  • Sliding fees for those who qualify
  • Free nicotine patches, gum or lozenges
  • Individual, couples or group sessions
  • Positive, supportive philosophy
  • Proven techniques
  • Trained, experienced staff
  • No fear, guilt or shame

Fees

For residents of the Health District (northern Larimer County), fees for the six-session program range from $10 - $100, depending on income. People who live outside the Health District may still be eligible for the program, but must pay the full price of $100. A 25% "buddy discount" is available to Health District residents who enroll with a friend or family member.

Call (970) 224-5209 for a free initial session with no obligation. See map of district boundaries.

Staff

The Step Free from Tobacco program is staffed by specially trained Tobacco Treatment Specialists (and former smokers).

Take the first step

Our next 6-week Step Free From Tobacco Class starts Oct. 29, 2014 from 6:00 - 7:30 PM. Pre-registration is highly recommended by calling (970) 224-5209 but you may also register the first day of class, Sept. 10, from 5:30 - 6 PM.

Individual sessions with a Tobacco Treatment Specialist are available continuously throughout the year.

To learn more about the Step Free from Tobacco program or to make an appointment for your free initial session, call us at (970) 224-5209 or contact us by email.

Ongoing support to quit tobacco

The Step Free from Tobacco monthly Support Group meets on the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of each month at the Health District, 120 Bristlecone Drive. Please call (970) 224-5209 for more information and to let us know that you plan to attend (the group will be cancelled for the night if attendance numbers are low).