Stop Smoking Resources
Research shows smokers are most successful when quitting if they have a means of support, such as nicotine replacement products, prescription medication to aid in the cravings, as well as the encouragement of friends and family. If you currently smoke, now is the time to quit. Tell your friends and family about your decision so they can help support you. Talk to your Health Care Advocate or the Smoke Free Communities representative about a method that is right for you.
You can also call 1-800-QUIT-NOW to sign up for free coaching and obtain free nicotine replacement aids.
Information about quitting can also be found on the Tobacco Free U website.
Please feel free to drop by my office on the second floor of the Ridgway Center for more information about resources to help you or a friend stop smoking.
Coordinator of Health Education & Wellness Programs