Tobacco Cessation

Tobacco Cessation

Ready to quit for good? We can help. Emory is committed to supporting members of the Emory community and offers numerous resources for those who need help quitting tobacco. 

Great American Smokeout

Emory promotes the Great American Smokeout on the third Thursday of November each year by encouraging smokers to use the date either to make a plan to quit or to stop smoking that day. Keep your eye out for activities, education, and giveaways on Emory’s campuses in November.

Tobacco Education Webinars (click below to view)

 
 

Programs and Resources

Several tobacco cessation programs are currently offered free of charge to employees and spouses/same sex domestic partners. Learn more about these in-person, telephonic, and web-based programs.

Medications

Emory’s medical plan covers 100 percent of the cost of Tier Zero cessation medications: Nicotrol NS® (nasal spray), Nicotrol Inhaler®, Zyban®, and Chantix®. Make an appointment with your primary care provider (PCP) or with FSAP for an evaluation for cessation medications.

Tobacco-Free Emory 

Emory officially became a tobacco-free campus on January 1, 2012, prohibiting smoking and tobacco use on Emory University and Emory Healthcare properties. For information about Tobacco-Free Emory, including the policy and enforcement, visit www.tobaccofree.emory.edu.