The first step to quitting tobacco is finding your why — followed by help you can trust.
Deciding to quit tobacco is a big decision, and a personal one. Do you worry about your health, the cost of using tobacco, or the health of those around you?
Find Your Why
To help you make the decision to quit tobacco, start with understanding why it’s important to you. Download the Why I’m Quitting Tobacco worksheet to help you identify the reasons you’re ready to quit tobacco for good.
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
- PPO: Learn more about the Quit Tobacco Coaching program. To enroll, call (877) 362-9969, option 4
- Kaiser: Learn more about Quit for Life. To enroll, call (800) 462-5327, or visit www.quitnow.net/kpwa
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
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