University Health and Counseling Services offers resources to students looking to quit smoking.
Tobacco cessation appointments
University Health and Counseling Services has tobacco cessation appointments available for students. Appointments include 30 minutes each with a behavioral health specialist and physician.
Readiness to quit, strategies for abstinence and medication support will be assessed. Students may be eligible for free nicotine replacement medications.
To make an appointment, call 216.368.5872.
The LivingFree program—from the university’s partners at SelfHelpWorks—is a multimedia presentation designed to give individuals a similar experience to a live class. This 10-session program can be completed in as few as four weeks.
Download more information about the LivingFree Smoking Cessation Program (PDF).
To start the SelfHelpWorks program, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. The University Health and Counseling Services team will then register you and email the login information.
Questions? Email email@example.com or call 216.368.5872.