Don’t Feed Your Nicotine Need – The Great American Smokeout Is Coming!

Quit or stop smokingThe Great American Smokeout is coming this November, but you can get a head start by enrolling in the Quit For Life® program now. If you’ve tried to quit before, or are currently struggling with cravings, the time is now to plan ahead for the Smokeout and increase your chances for lifelong success. 

Personalized support

If you’re diligent and dedicated to ending your need to smoke, the Quit For Life program will help you every step of the way. Starting with a one-on-one phone conversation with a highly trained Quit Coach staff member, you’ll map out a personalized plan together that will help you make the positive changes to begin living tobacco-free. Your coach will also give you proven strategies to manage cravings, maintain confidence in social situations and avoid the triggers that can drain your willpower.

Expert Quit Coaches will be available to lend support via telephone and online whenever you need them as you advance through the program. Plus, each one-on-one coaching session will give you the encouragement and self-confidence you need to quit for good.

More tools to help you quit

Along with phone coaching, you’ll have access to other cessation tools designed to help you transition to a healthier lifestyle, including:

  • A copy of the step-by-step Quit Guide to help you throughout your quit process.
  • Advice for nicotine substitutes and medications that may be right for you.
  • The Text2QuitSM personalized text messaging service. Text2Quit features reminders, tips and encouragement tailored to your personal quit strategy (not available for Medicare members).
  • A dedicated web platform with eLearning modules, a community chat room and access to a Quit Coach via email.

Enroll today!

To enroll, call 1-866-QUIT-4-LIFE (1-866-784-8454), or visit and enroll online.

Note: The Quit For Life program is included in Health Net plans for commercial, Medicare, and Cal MediConnect plans, and plans purchased through the Affordable Care Act exchange. Eligible members must be at least 18 years old and older.


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