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Tobacco Cessation

Tobacco Use Cessation, Education, and Counseling

Health Services offers many tobacco cessation options such as nicotine replacement therapy, hypnosis, medical acupuncture, and prescription medication. Education, the resource library, and online resources are available. Education/information are free to the UNH community. Counseling is available to students who have paid the health fee, at no additional cost. There is a fee for students who have not paid the health services fee.

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Be Tobacco Free

A program created by the National Cancer Insitute, Smokefree.gov offers short and long-term tools and resources to help individuals understand the risks of tobacco and how to help them quit. Smokefree.gov also offers a quitline; trained counselors who can text or talk over the phone about a wide arrange of tobacco and quitting topics.

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Inpatient Detoxification

Inpatient detoxification of drugs and alcohol are available to Harvard Pilgrim subscribers and dependents. 

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For questions, please call Harvard Pilgrim (866) 874-0817.

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Outpatient Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation Services

Outpatient drug and alcohol rehabilitation services are available to Harvard Pilgrim Subscribers and dependents.

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For questions, please call Harvard Pilgrim (866) 874-0817.

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Tobacco and Nicotine Cessation

The USNH Employee Assistance Program is run by APS Healthcare. They provide referrals, counseling, and online resources and tools. Topics include how to quit smoking, the risks of smoking and tobacco, and how to help others quit.

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APS Healthcare

Company Access Code: USNH

Guide to Quitting Tobacco

Quitting smoking is not easy, but you can do it! To have the best chance of quitting and staying quit, you need to know what you’re up against, what your options are, and where to go for help. The American Cancer Society has created a guide to help individuals quit smoking.

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