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Tobacco Free

About Tobacco Free

Effective September 1, 2017, Executive Order 1108 required that all CSU campuses are smoke and tobacco-free. This order includes traditional cigarettes, electronic cigarettes, hookah, snuff, vapes, and chewing tobacco, and encompasses all of Sac State’s indoor and outdoor areas. Sac State encourages all members of the campus community, including students, faculty, staff, and visitors, to “Breathe Easy” and become part of our healthy hive!

If you would like more information about the Executive Order and what we are doing on campus to promote our smoke and tobacco-free status, please reach out to the Health and Wellness Promotion Department at 916-278-5422.

Frequently Asked Questions

Cessation Programs

California Smokers' Helpline: 1-800-662-8887 (1-800-NO-BUTTS) The California Smokers’ Helpline and Mobile App provides a number of services to help smokers and other tobacco users quit. All services are FREE. The Helpline offers telephone counseling in six different languages (English, Spanish, Chinese, Korean, and Vietnamese).

American Cancer Society: 1-800-227-2345 (1-800-ACS-2345)
American Cancer Society’s “Quit for Life Program” is a phone-based coaching and web-based learning support service to help smokers quit with guidance from a quit coach. This is a FREE service.

Breathe California Sacramento Region: 916-444-5900 Breathe California Sacramento Region is dedicated to improving lung health in California, including initiatives and programs related to tobacco use. Information about their current offerings

SmokeFree.gov: Full-service tobacco information and resources, including SmokeFree texting and app programs, information about Nicotine Replacement Therapies, and building a tobacco quit plan.

Interested in Kicking the Habit?

Student Health and Counseling Services (SHCS) is committed to helping members of our campus community make informed, healthy lifestyle choices. SHCS offers the following tobacco cessation resources for students, staff, and faculty wanting to quit tobacco.

For Students

Tobacco Quit Kit: FREE Quit Kits, which include a sample of nicotine gum and other items, can be picked up from the campus Pharmacy (The WELL, 1st floor).

Nicotine Replacement Therapies (NRT): NRT products, such as the gum and patch, can be purchased at a low price in the Campus Pharmacy.

Physician Appointment: Your doctor or pharmacist can talk to you about other options, including prescription medications that can help you quit tobacco for good. Additional benefits may be available for prescription medications through your insurance coverage.

For Staff and Faculty

Nicotine Replacement Therapies (NRT): NRT products, such as the gum and patch, can be purchased at a low price in the campus Pharmacy.

Employee Assistance Program (EAP): The EAP is designed to provide professional assistance to Sacramento State employees and their families (dependents and permanent household members) in assessing and resolving personal problems that may be affecting well-being or job performance.

For more information contact the Human Resources Department at 916-278-6078.

Community Resources

California Department of Public Health, Tobacco Control Program
www.cdph.ca.gov | www.tobaccofreeca.com

California Youth Advocacy Network
www.cyanonline.org | www.catobaccofreecolleges.org

Centers For Disease Control and Prevention

Tobacco-Free Campus