Are you ready to quit tobacco or know someone who is?

We have gathered tips & resources to help you or someone you care about break free from tobacco.

Break Free From Tobacco

Tobacco isn’t just bad for your health, it can seriously impact your wallet, your family’s health, and your social life. There are a lot of reasons to quit tobacco: it’s bad for your health and can complicate other conditions; it’s expensive and takes a bite out of your monthly budget; second hand smoke is dangerous and puts your family and friends at risk, and more.

Whatever your reasons, if you are tired of being tied to tobacco and ready to quit, the Trust is here to help support you with voluntary and confidential Quit Tobacco programs. Available to all participants and their eligible spouse 18 years of age or older, the programs are fully paid for by the Trust, and include possible nicotine replacement therapy (if prescribed).

Make the Trust a part of your quit team

Trust participants and spouses who are Health Reimbursement Arrangement (HRA) eligible can earn up to $150 in 2023 HRA funding by enrolling in a Quit Tobacco program and completing five calls with your coach before Dec. 31, 2022

Additional resources

Calculate Your Savings
Financial savings can be a big motivator for some people. Did you know a person smoking a pack a day can save over $2,200 by quitting for one year? If that kind of savings motivates you – go online to to calculate savings on cigarettes, smokeless tobacco, and e-cigarettes. And don’t forget to factor in the $150 in HRA funding you could potentially earn!


Build a Quit Plan
When you are ready to quit, building a quit plan can set you up for success. The journey to becoming tobacco-free is different for everyone. Combine all or some of the tips in this article to help you prepare – including the tobacco cessation programs from the Trust. Read more: PPO | KAISER


How to Help Someone Quit Tobacco

Do you know someone who is thinking about quitting tobacco, or has already quit? Read this article for some ways you can support them on their tobacco-free journey. Read more: PPO | KAISER