By Market Intelligence Team

The Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services (DPHHS) has launched a new program to help persons with behavioral health conditions successfully quit tobacco products. The Montana Tobacco Quit Line launched the Behavioral Health Program to better help participants with these conditions successfully quit all forms of commercial tobacco. It is estimated that 500 Montanans will benefit from the new program over the next fiscal year. Through the Montana Tobacco Quit Line, participants in the program will benefit from: Seven scheduled telephone coaching sessions that focus on developing and practicing coping skills to manage stress while quitting. Specially trained…
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