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Educating Business Leaders in Addressing Tobacco in the Workplace Part 4: Indiana Tobacco Quitline
The Wellness Council of Indiana, in cooperation with the Indiana State Department of Health, Tobacco Prevention and Cessation Commission, is pleased to continue our four-part webinar series: Educating Business Leaders in Addressing Tobacco in the Workplace.

This is the fourth webinar in the series and will cover the Indiana Tobacco Quitline and how to become a Quit Now Indiana Preferred Employer.

The Indiana Tobacco Quitline (ITQL) is a FREE telephone-based cessation service designed to help all Hoosier tobacco users. The program also offers web-based and text-based services. ITQL staff are skilled in working with Hoosiers who use all forms of tobacco products. As a Preferred Employer you have access to free resources and services to help employees to quit tobacco. An employer will also have the ability to refer employees, as well as receive monthly summaries of employee participation.

This webinar will cover:
• How the ITQL can help your employees to quit smoking
• How to refer an employee to the ITQL
• Benefits of becoming a Quit Now Indiana Preferred Employer

About the Wellness Council: The Wellness Council of Indiana is honored to guide organizations and communities through their well-being journeys. We exist to improve the quality of life for Indiana residents by empowering employers and communities to create thriving places to live, work, learn and play through connection, collaboration, education and evaluation.

Jan 26, 2021 02:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Regina Smith
Director of Health Systems and Tobacco Cessation @Tobacco Prevention and Cessation Division at Indiana State Department of Health
Regina F. Smith’s career experience spans multiple systems to include integrated healthcare, child welfare, juvenile justice, non-profit, mental health and addiction and public health. In her current role as Director of Health Systems and Tobacco Cessation with the Tobacco Prevention and Cessation Division at Indiana Department of Health (IDOH), Regina oversees the implementation of health system change grants that provide cessation strategies in hospital systems, cancer centers, pediatric clinics, and community mental health centers. In addition, she manages the implementation of the Indiana Tobacco Quitline (ITQL) program services. Regina joined IDOH in 2018 as the Primary Care Behavioral Health Manager for the Division of Chronic Disease, Primary Care and Rural Health. In this role, she led a 10-million dollar SAMHSA grant to promote behavioral health integration strategies in three primary care health systems.