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Emory now 100 percent tobacco-free
Emory Report | Aug. 28, 2012
Emory's temporary smoking zones have been phased out since Aug. 1, making Emory a 100 percent tobacco-free campus.
Tobacco use had been limited to the zones, which were set up in designated spaces across campus when Emory’s tobacco-free policy went into effect on Jan. 1.
The Faculty Staff Assistance Program will be offering the Freedom From Smoking program this fall. This American Lung Association program is an eight-session group class with a step-by-step plan for quitting smoking. Other smoking cessation options available are the Quit For Life Program, GetQuit Plan and Tier Zero Drugs.
Resources can be found on tobaccofree.emory.edu and through the Faculty Staff Assistance Program.