Tobacco Cessation Available for All SCSU Community Members
Contact the Tobacco Program Coordinator, for confidential support with quitting all forms of tobacco including electronic nicotine delivery systems (such as JUUL), cigarettes, and smokeless tobacco. Free quit kits, phone or in person cessation meetings, information on nicotine replacement therapy, and other cessation information is available for SCSU students, faculty and staff at no cost.
The wellness center offers classroom presentations on electronic nicotine delivery systems tailored for Southern students. Professors can contact the Tobacco Program Coordinator to request a presentation.
- To learn more about the risks of electronic nicotine delivery systems, visit the Office of the Surgeon General
- The CT Quitline offers free cessation counseling, a 2-week supply of nicotine replacement therapy, and other tobacco cessation support. Call 1-800-QUIT-NOW or enroll in the web based version found here
- Text DITCHJUUL to 887-09 to enroll in a free, text based program to help quit vaping.