Violence & Substance Abuse Prevention
- Campus Alcohol Board
- House Party Guide
- Greeks Advocating the Mature Management of Alcohol
- Late Night Alcohol-Free Events
- Becoming Tobacco Free
- Designated Thinker
- VSAP Program Requests
- Contact us
Free help is available for UCM employees and students who smoke, dip or chew.
UCM is pleased to offer free assistance to help you achieve your goal of becoming tobacco-free.
This tobacco cessation service includes:
- up to 4 meetings with a trained coach
- a personalized quit plan
- free nicotine replacement (patches, gum or lozenges)
- free follow-up support
This new tobacco-free lifestyle program is confidential, free and convenient. Your coach will help you feel comfortable as you work toward the goals you set, offering you encouragement and suggesting strategies informed by current research.
We know friends and family can help or hinder your efforts to quit. Roommates and family members who live with you are also welcome to participate in our program at no cost.
If you still have questions about the program please see our frequently asked questions.
Call the Office of Violence and Substance Abuse Prevention at 660-543-4044 or stop by Administration 102 to learn more or to schedule an appointment.