Quit For Life® is a clinically proven program that’s designed to help employees control tobacco cravings through personal, proven support and online resources. When employees quit tobacco, your clients may see lower chronic illness rates, lower medical expenses1 and increased productivity.2
Employees work 1-on-1 with a Quit Coach® to create a customized Action Plan that’s designed to help them quit cigarettes, e-cigarettes, vaping or tobacco.
Digital tools and resources
Employees can join online or download the mobile app for access to expert-led learning, interactive content, urge management tools and 24/7 support, including text messages for daily tips and encouragement.
Medication to help control cravings
To help control and overcome tobacco cravings, employees may be prescribed medication — such as nicotine gum or patches — for no additional cost, based on eligibility.
97% of participants would recommend Quit For Life3
95% participant satisfaction4
51% of participants successfully quit tobacco5
See how Quit For Life provides a tailored quitting plan based on employee needs.
Provide your clients with the latest program details for their employees and their families.
- Health Consequences of Smoking, Surgeon General fact sheet | hhs.gov
- Sherman B, Lynch W: The Relationship Between Smoking and Health Care, Workers’ Compensation, and Productivity Costs for a Large Employer. JOEM Volume 55, Number 8, August 2013.
- Quit For Life employer BoB survey results. Results measured among responders to a survey at 6 months post-program enrollment, who reported they would recommend the program, cumulative from 2006 to 2018.
- uit For Life employer book-of-business survey results. Results measured among responders to a survey at 6 months post-program enrollment, who report being “very satisfied,” “satisfied” and “somewhat satisfied” with the program, cumulative from 2006 to 2018.
- Quit For Life employer BoB survey results. Results measured among responders to a survey at 6 months post-program enrollment, with quit-rate success defined as 30+ days of abstinence from all forms of tobacco, cumulative from 2006 to 2018.
The Quit For Life Program provides information regarding tobacco cessation methods and related well-being support. Any health information provided by you is kept confidential in accordance with the law. The Quit For Life Program does not provide clinical treatment or medical services and should not be considered a substitute for your doctor's care. Please discuss with your doctor how the information provided is right for you. Participation in this program is voluntary. If you have specific health care needs or questions, consult an appropriate health care professional. This service should not be used for emergency or urgent care needs. In an emergency, call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room.