Su Castigo fue mi Castigo (subtitle )
What CPPW or REACH grantees are involved with this media?:
Perla explica como el apoyo familiar y de su comunidad le ayudaron a dejar de fumar.
Perla explains how family and community support helped her to quit smoking.
- The Washington State Department of Health's free Tobacco Quitline services have ended due to state budget cuts. Starting in July, calls to 1-800-QUIT-NOW (1-800-784-8669) -- will be answered by the American Cancer Society Quit for Life® program, which will help people covered by their employer, by commercial insurance or by Medicaid.
- All King County residents 18 years and older are still eligible for Quitline services. This service is being funded by a grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to Public Health - Seattle & King County. This funding ends in March 2012. King County residents should call 1-800-QUIT-NOW to speak to someone about their benefits.
- Contact your representative and request that the state maintain funding for Quitline en español.
- Llama a su representante para que mantengan fondos para Quitline en español.