Tobacco cessation

Help employees stop smoking or using chewing tobacco with help from on-site tobacco cessation programs. Bring a ProHealth Care provider to your workplace to make it easier for employees to quit nicotine and improve their health.

Tobacco cessation program

Temporarily unavailable due to the pandemic.

Your employees can participate in a six-month program that includes:

  • Individual medical evaluation
  • 12 visits with a health care provider 
  • Seven-week support group
  • Individualized treatment plans
  • Option to use nicotine cessation medication

How tobacco cessation helps employees

Studies have shown that quitting smoking benefits both employers and employees. Smoking cessation programs can:

  • Help your employees stay healthy.
  • Increase employees’ productivity at work.
  • Lower health care costs and insurance rates.
  • Decrease the number of sick days your employees need.

Requirements for employees

To take part in an on-site tobacco cessation program, your employee must:

  • Be 18 years old or older.
  • Have smoked or used nicotine for one year or more.
  • Smoke at least 15 cigarettes a day or use chewing tobacco.
  • Not be currently enrolled in a smoking cessation program or using nicotine replacement products.
  • Not have a history of seizures or untreated medical problems.

Program cost

On-site tobacco cessation costs $500 per person in the program. We recommend groups of 10 or 12 employees.

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