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  • Former smoker helps others quit the habit

    Chris Leach, a residential manager at an apartment complex in Leavenworth for formerly homeless people with mental health diagnoses, said that as a former smoker himself, he’s been able to use his personal story of quitting to help some of his residents.

Chris Leach, a residential manager at an apartment complex in Leavenworth for formerly homeless people with mental health diagnoses, said that as a former smoker himself, he’s been able to use his personal story of quitting to help some of his residents. Andy Marso The Kansas City Star
Chris Leach, a residential manager at an apartment complex in Leavenworth for formerly homeless people with mental health diagnoses, said that as a former smoker himself, he’s been able to use his personal story of quitting to help some of his residents. Andy Marso The Kansas City Star

Wyandotte County, KU med center team to curb smoking among mentally ill

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