Help with Tobacco Cessation
Quitting tobacco is hard work but not impossible. Having a desire to quit is critical because quitting takes willpower, persistence and imagination. If you’re ready to try again (or if it’s your first try), let us help you through the process – for your health, and those who care about you.
Contact Mary Sullivan, director of Health Education and Wellness, to get started.
- Email Mary at firstname.lastname@example.org
- If you’re not ready to commit, you can still email Mary to talk about the process or other options
Mary can help you:
- Prepare to quit, with habit-change research tips and guidance
- Get free nicotine-replacement gum and patches
- Identify and address contributing factors, such as stress, anxiety, isolation or loneliness
- Manage boredom and other issues that trigger tobacco use
Remember: De Anza is a smoke-free campus
- California Smokers’ Helpline – Get free, personalized, confidential help with quitting tobacco in six languages. Call 1-800-NO-BUTTS or visit nobutts.org
- California Youth Advocacy Network – Free “quick quit kits” mailed to your home address from California Youth Advocacy Network (CYAN). Sign up on the website.
- Health Risks of E-Cigarettes – Learn why the FDA has concluded that vaping is NOT a good way to quit smoking