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Getting Quit Meds


Quitting medications, like the nicotine patch, are available from a number of sources. Remember, these products are most effective when taken in conjunction with a support program.

Free over-the-counter medication*.
Over-the-counter medications are mailed directly to your home. The full cost of the medication is paid for by the WQTP program. You will not pay any money to use this option. Medications included: NicoDerm® patch, Nicorette® gum, Commit® lozenge, Nicorette Mini Lozenge®.
Coupons for prescription medication*.
Prescription medications require a prescription. This option gives you 3 coupons for a discount on prescription medications. You pay any additional costs over the coupon amount. Medications included: Chantix®, Varenicline, Wellbutrin®, Zyban®, Bupropion.

Coupon 1 = $120 coupon
Coupon 2 = $ 90 coupon
Coupon 3 = $ 90 coupon

To order medications or coupons, do one of the following:

Complete your first phone coaching session (1/2 hour call to plan your quitting processs). Call 1-800-QUIT-NOW (1-800-784-8669) to make an appointment.

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Set up a user name, password and quit date online at wy.quitnet.com and then go to the 'Quit Meds' tab. Call 1-800-QUIT-NOW (1-800-784-8669) for website help.

* Per-person limits apply. Medication offer may be discontinued at any time at the WQTP's discretion.




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