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Tobacco Cessation

Tobacco Prevention and Education

The University of Toledo Health Science, Main and Scott Park Campuses are tobacco free.    

For tobacco resources and review the following free resources

National

  • Call the Quit Line, 1.800.QUIT.NOW (1.800.784.8669) and speak with an intake specialist to discuss assistance to help you quit
  • You can also visit the CDC for additional resources and information on quitting.  
  • Visit the American Cancer Society to get help quitting            

Ohio

  • The Ohio Tobacco Quit Line provides personal quit coaching and telephone counseling free of charge to Ohioans who are uninsured, have Medicaid, are pregnant, or are covered through the Ohio Tobacco Collaborative.  Nicotine patches, gum or lozenges are provided for up to four weeks at no charge to eligible participants. 
  • The Ohio QuitLogix Online Tobacco Use Cessation Program is available to all Ohioans age 18 or older (or younger with parental permission).

Local

  • Lucas County Health Department Community Cessation Initiative offers access to free tobacco cessation services to help residents in Lucas County and the surrounding area quit using tobacco products.  By partnering with non-profits, organizations and hospitals in Lucas County, CCI has created a network of providers dedicated to offering high quality tobacco cessation services.  For more information, contact CCI by calling 419.213.4558 or email tobaccofree@co.lucas.oh.us
  • UT Pharmacies can provide educational information and therapies to assist you in your journey to quit tobacco use. 

You can also contact Vicki Riddick for further assistance or if you have any questions at 419.530.1404 or vicki.riddick@utoledo.edu.

Last Updated: 2/6/20