Smoking/Tobacco Cessation Programs
American Cancer Society Quitline (UT Select Participation Is Not Required)
Quitting smoking isn’t easy but it is a fight you can win. By using at least one of the ways listed below for your quit attempt, you can double your chances of being successful. By using more than one of the ideas listed below, you double your chances of staying quit for good!
- Self help materials. Self help materials are available to help you quit smoking, no matter where you are in the process. These materials can help you learn how to prepare for your quit attempt, develop strategies to help with cravings, and prevent relapse once you have quit. The self-help materials offer proven methods that are easy to follow and can keep your motivation high.
- Support programs. Support programs can be in a variety of forms – group smoking cessation programs, telephone counseling programs, or support groups. To learn about the options available in your community, contact the American Cancer Society 1-877 QUIT-NOW or www.YesQuit.org.
To learn about the options available in your area, contact the American Cancer Society 1-877 YES QUIT-NOW or online www.YesQuit.org
Free Smoking/Tobacco Cessation Programs Available to All UT Select Members
A healthy lifestyle is the key to continued well-being. Changing your lifestyle for the better takes time and real effort. But, with the help of this program, you can do it. And it’s worth it: Quitting tobacco can reduce your risk of heart disease and stroke and improve your self-esteem. Quitting smoking takes desire, determination and support. That’s why UT SELECT has developed a motivational toolkit that can help members who are ready to take steps toward this major lifestyle change. Guidance and support with licensed wellness coaches.
For more information regarding the program visit: http://www.livingwell.utsystem.edu/tobacco.htm