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Call It Quits program

We offer a program to help your patients stop smoking. Our Call It Quits program helps your patients make a personal plan and set goals. Whether their goal is to smoke less or to stop all at once, our program can help your patients. They’ll get the support they need to live smoke-free. They must be at least 18 years old.

Your patients can call 702-691-5665 to sign up for the program.

What does the program offer?

  • Education and material to help your patients understand when and why they smoke.
  • Extra support from counselors and our help line.
  • Encouragement from others who also want to quit smoking.
  • Prescriptions that make quitting easier (like nicotine patches).
“The support really helped me and gave me lots of useful information.” Donna Robinson

How does the program work?

  1. Your patients can call 702-691-5665 to sign up for an in-person class. Theyʼll be asked questions about their health and smoking.
  2. They then attend the first class in-person. It is a 2-hour class full of helpful tips and information.
  3. After the class, they will receive online tools, classes, and other resources to support them on their journey!

Tobacco cessation medications

If your patients need help to quit smoking, we offer certain medications with no copay.

In order to qualify, your patients:

  • Must be at least 18 years old
  • Must have a prescription from their doctor, even for over-the-counter products
  • Must fill the prescription at an in-network pharmacy

Up to 180 days of treatment are covered at no cost each year. (Maximum daily dose quantity limits apply.)

Over-the-counter medications (Generic or store-brand only)
  • Nicotine replacement gum
  • Nicotine replacement lozenge
  • Nicotine replacement patch
Prescriptions Bupropion sustained-release (generic Zyban) tablet
  • Chantix tablet
  • Nicotrol inhaler
  • Nicotrol nasal spray
These three prescription medications are covered after the members have tried:
  1. One over-the-counter nicotine product and
  2. Bupropion sustained-release (generic Zyban) separately

Upcoming classes

Smoking cessation session 1

Language Day Date Time Location
English Wednesday December 13 3pm to 5pm CHC Durango