How do I Quit?
Group Cessation Classes
Student Health Services offers a free 6-week class led by a “Quit Smoking Now” facilitator and is open to all members of the UCF community, including students, faculty, staff, family members, and more. This class includes free nicotine replacement therapies (NRTs), such as gum, lozenges, and patches.
To find out when the next class is starting, email email@example.com. Classes are offered on an as-needed basis.
Medical providers at the Health Center can assist those who would like to quit smoking with the aid of prescription cessation drugs, if appropriate. Call 407.823.2701 to schedule an appointment to discuss your goals and options.
The UCF Pharmacy offers nicotine replacement therapies at reduced prices. No appointment is necessary. Stop in and speak with a registered pharmacist. For more information visit the Pharmacy website or call 407.823.6337.
Wellness and Health Promotion Services offers a free, 5-session Tobacco Cessation Program designed to teach students tips and techniques for preparing to stop smoking, overcoming obstacles and withdrawal symptoms, preparing for triggers, and managing stress. This program is only available to students and features individualized assessments, treatment plans, and nicotine replacement patches. For more information, visit WHPS’ Quit Smoking page or call 407.823.5841.
Please note that students should consult a Student Health Services health care provider if they wish to incorporate a medication-based component (such as Zyban or Chantix) into their smoking cessation program.
Smokers Anonymous is a self-help smoking cessation group that uses the principles and 12-step method of Alcoholics Anonymous as the basis for its program.
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