Cleveland State University
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Free Support Services

Programs

On Campus Cessation Services

The CSU on-campus Health and Wellness Services clinic and Counseling Center both offer in-person or telephonic tobacco cessation services. Students and employees can call 216.687.3649 to schedule an appointment with the on-campus clinic. Students can call the Counseling Center at 216-687-2277.

Ohio Tobacco Quit Line LogoThe Ohio Tobacco Quit Line
The Ohio Tobacco Quit Line is a tobacco cessation resource available to uninsured individuals, Medicaid recipients, pregnant women and members of the Ohio Tobacco Collaborative free of charge.

The Quit Line is designed for people who are ready to quit using tobacco, and people who want to make sure they have the support and the motivation to stay tobacco free. When you call and enroll, you’re paired with an experienced quit specialist who will work with you to set a quit date and design a quit plan customized to your pattern of tobacco use.

Ohio Department of Health’s Quitlogix Program
www.odh.ohio.gov/quitnow

American Lung Association
http://www.lung.org/stop-smoking/ http://www.smokefree.gov/

Freedom from Smoking online from the American Lung Association
http://www.ffsonline.org/

Quit Assist
http://www.quitassist.com/en/cms/Home/default.aspx

*Student and employee on campus tobacco cessation programs will be available this October, 2013.

Apps

Aha! Smoke Free
Get Rich or Die Smoking
Stop Smoking Assistant
QuitGuide -also on iTunes
Stay quit. Smoke-free days and other metrics (free)

Additional support services

Free online tobacco cessation program
http://ohio.QuitLogix.org

American Cancer Society
Guide to quitting smoking

American Heart Association
Smoking Cessation website

The Tobacco Portal
http://www.tobaccoportal.org

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Mailing Address
Cleveland State University
2121 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland, OH 44115-2214
Campus Location
Administration Center
2300 Euclid Avenue AC113
Phone: 216.687.3636
d.pastor@csuohio.edu


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