We are here to help you cut back or quit nicotine, tobacco, alcohol, and other drugs whenever you are ready. Below are a variety of resources to help you make the choices that support your health and wellbeing.
If you're trying to support a friend we've got you covered, too.
UVM On-Campus and In-Person Resources
- Kick the Habit: one-on-one drop-in office hours offer guidance and support to work on skills to help you break habits and cut back or quit your nicotine or tobacco use.
- Make a Change: one-on-one office hours offer that offer skill development and tools for helping you make any changes you may want in your substance use practices.
- Catamount Recovery Program: UVM’s community for students in recovery.
- Support at Student Health Services: schedule an appointment with our Behavioral Health Provider. These appointments promote overall wellbeing, can help support mental health, and address substance use to enable positive change.
UVM Self-Guided Resources
• T- Break Guide: a 21-day guide that offers advice on how to take a tolerance break from cannabis.
• BASICS substance self-assessment: The BASICS program is designed to assist students while they explore their alcohol and substance use in a supportive and non-shaming framework. This is a self-assessment to help you learn more about your substance use behaviors.
• University of Vermont Medical Center Tobacco Cessation: resources for quitting nicotine and all forms of tobacco. Group cessation classes are available in order to deliver a small group community experience through confidentiality and connection.
• 802Quits: online, phone, and in-person supports and free resources to quit nicotine.
• BecomeAnEX: an online community to support you in quitting tobacco.
• This is Quitting/TheTruth: this mobile app is built to support you on your journey to quit vaping.