Whether you smoke or vape, quitting isn’t easy. UB has resources to help you quit so you can feel better and save money.
Even though electronic cigarettes are often marketed as being safer than conventional cigarettes, their vapor may still contain a variety of carcinogens and toxic chemicals. If they contain nicotine, they are still highly addictive, too.
Free, confidential, evidence-based help to quit smoking, vaping, or tobacco for New Yorkers. Option to call, text or chat with a Quit Coach. May be eligible for free nicotine patches. You can call Monday-Thursday 9 a.m.-9 p.m. or Friday-Sunday 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Lots of online resources and information on how to help a friend quit, too.
Improve your odds of quitting smoking with this intensive treatment program. This proven program lasts approximately three weeks, and combines medication and training to help you quit.
The purpose of this clinical research program is to find out if we can make the medication Chantix (varenicline) work even better for more people, by taking it for a few extra weeks before quitting. Receive a free supply of the medication and coaching. Participants will be compensated for their time.
Preventative health and wellness education
Primary, non-emergency medical care
The University at Buffalo is a completely smoke-free campus. Smoking is prohibited everywhere on UB’s campus, at off-site UB locations and in university-owned vehicles.