Tobacco smoke still accounts for the #1 most preventable death in the US – accounting for 1 in every 5 deaths. Throughout the month of November, 689 Moving Metro will be providing resources to assist our members who want to become quitters! While out at the divisions, engage with us to receive:
Additionally, all states have quit-lines with counselors specifically trained to help smokers quit. If you need support, call the number below to be connected directly to a counselor in your area: 1-800-Quit-Now.
Our team is also looking for members who have successfully quit smoking for longer than one year to highlight for this month! If you have recently quit and would like to use your story to inspire others, please contact us at email@example.com to express your interest!
Yes, as long as the newborn child is your natural child, your legally adopted child, or you are the child’s legal guardian. If your girlfriend is covered under the Plan as your domestic partner, your child may also be added to the Plan. You’ll need to show documents of proof to the Health & Welfare Plan Office. For more information on dependent eligibility, see Eligibility for Your Spouse and Children.