Freedom From Smoking Corporate Telephonic Program
The Freedom From Smoking® corporate telephonic program is a one-on-one professional telephone counseling program for employers through the Lung HelpLine. The program provides participants barrier-free access to tobacco cessation services through ease of accessibility to educational resources, counseling and support.
About the Program
The program, based on Treating Tobacco Use and Dependence, Clinical Practice Guidelines and the latest research findings, offers the benefit of evidence-based interventions and customized information for participants who are motivated to quit smoking.
The program offers up to eight proactive coaching sessions, unlimited inbound calls and a customized quit plan along with completion certificate and monthly utilization reporting. Nicotine Replacement Therapy (NRT), such as patches, gum or lozenges, are also available at a reduced fee (billable to the agency, not individuals).
About the HelpLine
Established in 1999, the Lung HelpLine is staffed with licensed registered nurses, respiratory therapists, pharmacists and addiction counselors all nationally certified as tobacco treatment specialists. In addition, there are bilingual Spanish speaking staff along with a live language interpretation service for over 250 languages.
Our staff provides cessation counseling and relapse prevention and have been trained in risk assessment questioning, counseling tobacco users with mental illness and in communicating to those with a diverse ethnic background.
Who We've Helped
The Freedom From Smoking corporate telephonic program has helped partners representing military, corporations, medical and general public. Our largest partner is with the Illinois Department of Public Health. We have served as the Illinois State Quitline since 2001.
Contact the American Lung Association at 1-800-LUNGUSA or [email protected] to see how we can incorporate Freedom From Smoking into your organization.
Page Last Updated: June 27, 2018
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