Tobacco Cessation Resources

Tobacco-Free Campus

Ready to quit? We’re here to help.

Wright State is committed to assisting smokers and tobacco users who choose to quit or cease tobacco use. The university is taking a variety of steps to assist our faculty, staff, and students. Smoking cessation programs will be offered starting in 2017 for both the Dayton campus and Lake campus locations. In addition, resources provided by Impact Solutions (our faculty and staff assistance program), Anthem (our employee health care provider), and local public health agencies will be offered.

Faculty and Staff

Visit the Living Well Employee Wellness website, email employeewellness@wright.edu, or call (937) 775-5256.

Students

Contact Destinee Biesemeyer, Coordinator for Health Promotion in Counseling and Wellness Services, Student Union 053, (937) 775-3407.

Anyone

Ohio Tobacco Quit Line: Visit http://ohio.QuitLogix.org or call 1-800-784-8669.

Public Health – Dayton and Montgomery County: Visit Public Health’s website, or call (937) 225-5700.

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