Student Wellness Consultations
Any MIT student can meet with a Community Wellness health coach for up to three sessions of health and wellness coaching. A wellness coach can help you identify and plan your health goals—including quitting smoking—and provide support and accountability as you move toward those goals in a way that works best for you. Request a student wellness consultation: email@example.com
Members of the MIT Community are eligible for free telephone-based quit-smoking counseling sessions, and a free supply of tobacco treatment medication. For details on the program, visit Quitworks. For a referral, talk to your MIT Medical PCP, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
MyLife Services Smoking Cessation Outreach Program
For faculty, staff, postdocs, and family members:
For graduate students and family members:
MIT Graduate Assistance Information Network (MIT GAIN) offers confidential and free quit-smoking resources for graduate students and members of their households. For additional information or to speak to a counselor, call 844-MIT-GAIN (844-648-4246), email info@MITGAIN.com, or visit the MIT GAIN website. MIT GAIN work-life specialists are available 24/7 to assist with your concerns.
MIT employee health plan members and students with MIT Student Extended Insurance Plan coverage (age 19 and older), with a prescription from a MIT Medical provider, can receive up to two free, 90-day supplies of generic, over-the-counter nicotine patches and nicotine gum per calendar year.
For the whole community: Free consultations with pharmacists and discounted over-the-counter nicotine replacement medications are available to every member of the Institute community, regardless of health insurance coverage, on campus and at Lincoln Laboratory.
Many people say acupuncture has helped them combat addiction and curb cigarette cravings, and now research is supporting these claims. Patients covered by any MIT employee health plan, the MIT Student Extended Insurance Plan, or the MIT Affiliate Extended Insurance Plan will be covered for up to 20 acupuncture visits per year. No referral is required. To find a local provider, visit Integrative Services.