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Tobacco Cessation Program
Quit for Good is a free, course-based tobacco cessation program offered to all MCPS employees, retirees, and their spouses regardless of medical plan membership. The program consists of once-a-week classes led by a nurse practitioner with assistance from Kaiser Permanente clinicians and health experts. Discussions focus on the skills necessary to successfully live tobacco-free. Learn more about the topics covered during classes.
Tobacco-user Surcharge Waiver Option
By enrolling in and completing the Quit for Good program, employees, retirees, and their spouses can avoid paying a tobacco-user surcharge to the total cost of their MCPS-provided health insurance. To qualify, employees, retirees, and/or their spouses must sign up and attend each Quit for Good class in its entirety.
MCPS will waive the tobacco-user surcharge for the following calendar year if the program is completed between September and December of each year. If the program is completed between January and May of any year, MCPS will waive the tobacco-user surcharge and refund any surcharge paid during that year.
Well Aware is offering another opportunity to take the class.
Beginning Monday, October 16, 2017, from 4:30–5:30 p.m.
45 West Gude Drive
Rockville, Maryland 20850
Register now! To participate, you must be among the first 25 employees to register by e-mailing Well Aware no later than Friday, October 6, 2017.
Can't participate this time around? Sessions are ongoing, and future sessions are planned based on employee interest. If you are unable to participate in this session, but would like to participate in the future, simply e-mail Well Aware to express your interest.