Smoking Cessation Resources

Tobacco Cessation 5-Week Course

On-Site Class Schedule:

Wednesdays from 12:30 p.m. to 1: 30 p.m. starting October 16, 2013    

Location:  The Smith Room, Roberts Union

Register on or before October 14th at: 

Tobacco Cessation Flyer 10-2013

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Physical Benefits of Living Tobacco-Free

20 minutes

  • Nicotine begins to leave your body
  • Pulse rate returns to normal
  • Blood pressure begins to decrease
  • Oxygen in blood returns to a normal level

2-3 days

  • Sense of taste and smell improve
  • Chance of heart attack decreases
  • Nerve endings in nose & mouth begin to re-grow

2-3 months

  • Circulation improves
  • Lung function increases up to 30%

1 Year

  • Sinus congestion, fatigue and shortness of breath decreases
  • Added risk of heart disease drops by 50%

CIGNA Health Care

CIGNA offers two websites with a wide variety of information on smoking cessation for people who have CIGNA insurance.  You WILL need to log in to view the information, so you may need to create a new account. Once logged in to myCIGNA, click on the MyHealth tab near the top of the page. Look for the Tobacco Cessation topic.

Cigna Healthy Rewards, or Employee Assistance Program (EAP) offers three programs to help you quit:

  • Healthy Roads for Living Tobacco Cessation
  • QuitNet
  • Tobacco Solutions
  • A Healthier Point of View: Living Tobacco Free brochures are available in the Human Resources office, feel free to pick up a copy.

NOTE:  Colby's health plan does include some coverage for smoking cessation.  Call the number on the back of your ID card for details