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Cessation Programs -- How to Get Help

Do you want to quit smoking or using tobacco products? Do you know someone that wants help quitting? Northwestern Oklahoma State University is committed to providing its students, employees, and visitors a safe and healthy environment. The following resources are available if you are interested in stopping the use of tobacco:

Kaylyn Hansen, Director of Student Life and Counseling, Northwestern (All Students & Faculty)
Fine Arts 207
(580) 327-8439

Yolanda Creswell, Community Program Coordinator (Alva & Woodward)
(580) 748-2144
Woods County Coalition - (580) 327-2900

Garfield County Tobacco Free Coalition (Enid)
(580) 213-3168

Oklahoma Tobacco Helpline (All Students and Faculty)

1-800-QUIT NOW (784-8669)
1-800-793-1552 (Spanish)
1-877-777-6534 (Deaf or Hard of Hearing)
Hours of Operation: Monday - Sunday 7 a.m. - 2 a.m.

The Tobacco Settlement Endowment Trust is pleased to offer the Oklahoma Tobacco Helpline, a FREE service for all Oklahomans with a desire to stop smoking or using other tobacco products.

Through the Helpline, callers receive one-on-one quit coaching, specialized materials, and referrals to community resources. Callers interested in receiving follow-up can enroll in the Helpline's multiple call program in which they will receive a series of telephone based coaching sessions with the same Quit Coach throughout their quitting process.

Participants in the multiple call program may also receive free nicotine patches, or gum, or they may be referred to their health insurance plan or health care professional for additional treatment.

If you'd like to quit tobacco, we invite you to begin your journey with this quality, professional service, and give yourself every chance to make this quit attempt a successful one!