Help Quitting

Support for ALL students, faculty and staff

No single quit smoking method is right for everyone. Learn more about quit smoking methods to decide which ones really work and what might be right for you at SmokeFree.gov.

You’re much more likely to quit when you get help and support from a trained coach or counselor. Here are some ways they can help:

  • Individualized phone, email and text support
  • Face-to-face counseling or a visit with your doctor
  • Cessation groups
  • Nicotine Replacement Therapies

Resources to help you quit

Tobacco Dependence Treatment Coverage in Minnesota (PDF)

Free Quit Kits are available for employees and students, thanks to a tobacco-free campus policy grant from the American Cancer Society. 
  • From now until August 31, 2020, Quit Kits can be sent to work or home addresses using US Postal Service at no charge by requesting one HERE.  
  • Beginning September 1, those interested can pick one up at the Health Education Office, Room 100 in Carkoski Commons OR they can request delivery to an on-campus office via intracampus mail. 

Lower-cost nicotine replacement therapies are available for students to purchase at the Student Health Services Pharmacy.

Quit Partner

Everyone in Minnesota has access to free phone coaching to quit tobacco, even if you're uninsured. QuitPartnerMnN.com

Freedom From Smoking

The American Lung Association’s free quit smoking program 
www.ffsonline.org

American Cancer Society

24 hour phone counseling, 7 days a week
www.cancer.org

QuitNet

A free quit smoking program
www.quitnet.com

SmokeFree.gov

State and National resources, free materials, and beneficial quitting advice 
www.smokefree.gov

Quitza.com

A smoke free social network designed to help people quit smoking. Features online social support, personalized goal and progress tracking technologies. 
https://quitza.com/forum 

Quitting e-cigarettes

This innovative and free text message program was created with input from teens, college students and young adults who have attempted to, or successfully, quit e-cigarettes.

https://truthinitiative.org/research-resources/quitting-smoking-vaping/quitting-e-cigarettes

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