Want to quit? Ball State and national partners offer a range of services and incentives to help you live a tobacco-free life.
Resources and Incentives at Ball State
The Employee QuickClinic and Student Health Center offer a range of counseling and prescription cessation medications that can help you fight cravings.
Working Well offers a variety of programs that help faculty and staff get and stay healthy—mentally, physically, and emotionally.
The Health, Alcohol, and Drug Education office offers free smoking cessation classes for students.
Employees and retirees younger than 65 may receive a discount of $900 per year or $75 per month if they certify that they and any dependents enrolled the in the university’s health plan are tobacco free. Or if any of these people use tobacco, they may complete a university-approved tobacco cessation program to receive the premium discount.
Resources for Students and Employees
Quit Now Indiana
A free online tool can be completed in eight weeks or longer depending on your desire to quit. The program includes 12 chapters and approximately four quizzes to guide you through a comprehensive cessation program. This service is available 24 hours a day. Students and employees (and their family members) may register confidentially by email. You will receive instructions on how to get started.
Web Coach and Text2Quit
These user-friendly features are designed to give you the support needed throughout the quitting process. Web Coach and Text2Quit will empower you to take control of your tobacco addiction and successfully quit for life. Enroll online or call toll-free at 800-QUIT-NOW (800-784-8669).
Resources for Employees
Services Quick Reference