Are you ready to quit smoking or stop using other tobacco products? We are accepting additional participants in the “Breath of Fresh Air” tobacco cessation program.
The goal of the program is to support tobacco cessation for Clayton State University employees.
The anticipated outcomes are to:
ü Promote a tobacco and smoke-free campus environment
ü Educate tobacco users on the health and financial consequences and benefits of using versus not using tobacco products
ü Offer tobacco and smoking cessation interventions (non-nicotine medication therapy, educational materials, individual counseling, motivation incentives, and other support services/resources etc.) as part of a health and wellness strategy to motivate tobacco cessation.
The program will begin with an assessment by the University Health Services (UHS) clinic to evaluate the participant’s medical condition and level of tobacco addiction to create and implement an individualized counseling, non-nicotine treatment therapy, and other intervention/support strategies, as needed, to increase potential for success and improve overall health. Incentives will be offered throughout the program.
Participation in the program is voluntary and confidential. If you decide to take the important first step and choose to participate in the program, Angela Free will provide your name and contact information to the UHS program coordinator at that time. Please respond via email if you would like to participate.
The program will be available throughout 2015, so if you want to participate at a later date, please let Free know when you are ready.