Mick Roberts was 49 years old, married with 4 children when he was diagnosed with emphysema caused from his years of smoking.
The ‘Mick Roberts’ campaign was devloped by Quit Victoria in 2011 after Mick approached them to tell his story hoping to encouarge others to quit smoking and prevent what he is going through.
Aim of campaign
Objectives of Campaign
Smoking takes lives
Smoking doesn’t only affect the smoker
It’s just not worth it – Quit now
Support for smokers
An important part of the campaign is to ensure that those who smoke know they can get professional help to quit by calling the Quitline on 13 QUIT (13 7848) for the cost of a local call. It is a confidential and non-judgmental service run by specially trained professionals. Other support options available are seeing a GP or pharmacist.
To order a FREE self help Quit Pack Call the Quitline on 13 QUIT (13 7848)
SMS your name and address to 0408 264 664
or click here
Online information www.quittas.org.au
Visit QuitCoach www.quitcoach.org.au
Download the My QuitBuddy free app