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The University of New Orleans recognizes its responsibility to foster healthy workplace and learning environments for employees and students alike. To that end, the University will be a tobacco-use free environment.
Resources to Help you Quit
As of August 1, 2014, the University of New Orleans is a tobacco-free campus, as outlined in AP-OP-04.3: Tobacco Use-Free Campus Policy. This policy applies to everyone on campus: faculty, staff, students, clients, contractors, and visitors.
Part IV of the Procedures in AP-OP-04.3 offers some guidance for those who wish to quit using tobacco products. Here are some more resources to help...
Smokefree.gov is intended to help you or someone you care about quit smoking.
Different people need different resources as they try to quit smoking cigarettes. The information and professional assistance available on this website can help to support both your immediate and long-term needs as you become, and remain, a non-smoker.
BeTobaccoFree.gov provides information from various Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) operating and staff divisions.
The Real Cost
You already know that tobacco is bad for you. What you may not know is that experimenting with cigarettes is not cost-free — even the first few cigarettes can exact a price. We created “The Real Cost” to give you what you need to know — facts based on science, facts you can judge for yourself.
National Guild of Hypnotists
For those interested in trying hypnotism, NGH is one of the main certification organizations for hypnotists. Click on Find a Hypnotist to request information on local hypnotists. You can also try googling for local hypnotists. Just remember to shop around first!