Kentucky teens can get help to quit using tobacco, vaping products

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KENTUCKY – Kentucky health officials are trying to help teenagers quit using tobacco products, including cigarettes and vaping.

There’s a program called “My Life, My Quit” that connects teenagers to “quit coaches” who will provide free and confidential support.

The service is free and can be reached by calling or texting 855-891-9989.

Teens can get five sessions of personalized support through texting, phone or online chat.

The program is operated by National Jewish Health, which also operates ‘Quit Now Kentucky’.

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(This story was originally published on November 25, 2019)

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