N.D. has new tobacco cessation programTobacco users wanting to quit have a new Web site for help.
By: Associated Press,
BISMARCK — North Dakota’s Health Department is launching a Web-based service designed to help tobacco users quit.
Tobacco cessation director Michelle Walker says state residents can log on to www.nd.quitnet.com and get free help.
QuitNet services include access to online counselors, support from other tobacco quitters and free nicotine patches, gum or lozenges.
The Health Department also continues to sponsor the North Dakota Tobacco Quitline, a free telephone-based service.