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Smoking Cessation


Smoking is a prevalent behavior that impacts the health of smokers and those who live with smokers. The CU-Boulder Faculty and Staff Assistance Program (FSAP) offers the following smoking cessation programs to assist faculty and staff who want to quit. Please contact our office 303-492-3020 for more information.


Smoking Cessation Workshops 

One-time workshops offered periodically throughout the year to provide basic information on nicotine addiction, quitting smoking, withdrawal symptoms, and quit aids like nicotine replacement therapy (NRT) and prescriptions medication. These workshops are free and take place on campus.


Smoking Cessation Counseling

Using the American Cancer Society Freshstart program, FSAP offers individual counseling to provide support as you work to become nicotine-free. Support groups are also offered occasionally, free-of-charge, by a trained counselor. 


For more information on smoking cessation services or, to schedule an appointment, call or email Janeen Haller-Abernethy at 303-492-1508.


The following national and local services are also available to support your efforts to quit: - services provided in Spanish and English

Quit Smoking/Tobacco Apps for your Smartphone:


As you may know, nicotine is an addictive substance. Therefore, as with most addictive substances, withdrawal symptoms can occur when you stop smoking. Here’s some information on how to handle withdrawal symptoms when you quit:


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