While you and your loved ones are the strongest and most important resources for tobacco cessation support, it sometimes helps to come together with others who are facing the same struggle.
Are you a texter? Maybe QuitBuddy can help. QuitBuddy is a texting tool to help smokers trying to quit to stay on track.
Is chew your challenge? How about visiting www.MyLastDip.com which is an online resource with specific information related to chewing tobacco cessation.
Visit the New York Smokers' Quitline for resources available to help you reach your goal.
Tobacco cessation meetings will be offered once again on campus starting January 29 and running every Tuesday from 3-4 p.m. in Corey Union room 209 until May 7, 2013. There will be no meeting March 12 because of Spring Break.
"Tobacco Free for Life" cessation classes are also available at Cortland Regional Medical Center. Call the Respiratory Care department for more information at 607-756-3807.
Here is a list of medications available for cessation.
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