It's time to quit nicotine! We have several options available.
Online for all EKU Employees
Online Coaching and a complete Tobacco Cessation program is available at all times through the employee wellness portal: EKUEmployeeWellness.com
On Campus Smoking Cessation Classes
Each semester, the Madison County Health Department offers classes on campus to help our employees quit.
Employees that attend a smoking cessation program (online or on campus) will have the tobacco surcharge waived upon completion. Attendance at meetings on campus (6) is mandatory to waive the tobacco surcharge. Missed meetings can be picked up in the next session or scheduled with the Health Department.
Family members and dependents can participate in the on campus program if they are covered by EKU's health insurance plan. See all Tobacco Free Taskforce Resources
New Year Session: January 16-February 20
Where: Library 201
When: Wednesdays during lunch time (12:00-1:00)
Classes are offered at no charge. Name Brand Nicotine Replacement Therapy (with prescription) are available from your pharmacy, at no charge, during session.
Nicotine Replacement Therapy
(Nicotine Patches, Nicotine Gum, Nicotine Lozenges)
Over the Counter (OTC)
Nicotine replacement products are approved for sale to persons 18 years of age and older. These products are available under brand names and sometimes as generic products. Employees pay full cost when purchasing over the counter.
Receive generic items at $0 cost for employees on the EKU health care plan for the duration of the series:
- Visit personal Doctor, Little Clinic, or use our LiveHealth Online Service to discuss Nicotine Replacement Therapy and secure a prescription
- Attend class for the duration of the series
Non-Generic or Name Brand
If you have a doctor's prescription and are on EKU health insurance, you will be able to receive name brand Nicotine Replacement at no cost for the duration of the session.
Family members and dependents can participate in the program if they are covered by EKU's health insurance plan.
Madison County Health Department Classes
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