Quit for Good
Smoking isn't just a stinky and expensive habit. According to a 2013 Ohio State University study, workers who smoke each cost their employers $5,800 a year and can range from $2,885 to $10,125 annually. The biggest costs came productivity lost to smoking breaks, followed by health care expenses in excess of what nonsmokers end up paying.
Classes to Help
O'Fallon Area Healthcare providers offer smoking cessation classes at little to no cost. Click on the links below to learn more about the classes offered.