Quitting Smoking

What would you do with an extra $3,000 a year?

Assuming that a pack of cigarettes costs $8.50, a pack-a-day smoker spends over $3,000 in one year - just to buy them. If you think that's a lot, consider that personal health care expenses from smoking amount to $4.8 billion in that same year - just in Massachusetts.

> American Cancer Society: How much is smoking costing you?

Health Plans wants to help you kick the smoking habit once and for all. On this page you will find information that will help you take those important steps toward vastly improving your health - and your bank account.

Quit for Life Program

The Quit for Life program is an in-depth smoking cessation program offered to you and members of your household. This program is offered at no cost to you as part of your CHA employee benefits plan. When you enroll in the Quit for Life program, you get powerful tools and encouragement every step of the way. You may even qualify for free nicotine replacement therapy like patches or gum.

Click here to read more about the Quit for Life program, or visit the Quit for Life website.

 

Additional Resources

> American Cancer Society
> American Heart Association 
> American Lung Association
> MA Dept. of Public Health
> US Environmental Protection Agency