A Rural Appalachian Faith-Placed Smoking Cessation Intervention
Describes a faith-oriented smoking cessation program comprising 590 smokers in 26 churches located in rural Appalachia. Discusses 3 themes identified by the participant’s evaluation of the program including the program’s ability to leverage social connections, be conveniently orientated, and to provide financial support for smoking cessation.
Nancy E. Schoenberg, Henry E. Bundy, Jordan A. Baeker Bispo, et al.
Journal of Religion and Health, 54(2), 598-611
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