Tobacco Cessation

Tobacco Cessation Program

Get help quitting tobacco for good! Medically supervised cessation services including the use of medications for students, faculty and staff.

Fall 2016 Cessation dates are Tuesdays: 9/6, 10/4, 11/1, and 11/29 at 4:30 pm

First come- first served. Walk- ins welcome. Appointments are free and encouraged! 
Medications are at cost and available during sessions.
Participants will be expected to attend at least 4 consecutive sessions.

Community Referrals: 

Ventura County Public Health Tobacco Program
805-201-STOP                                                                                                                                           

California Smokers' Helpline
1-800-NO-BUTTS

www.nobutts.org
TDD/TYY: 1-800-933-4TDD

Information on E Cigarettes:
Still Blowing Smoke
Kids Aren't Alright
What Could Go Wrong?

VCCCD Smoking Policy

In the interest of the health and welfare of students, employees, and the public, smoking is banned during any instructional, programmatic, or official district or college function, in all District vehicles, in all District buildings, and within twenty feet of the exit or entrance of any building.  Individual colleges may adopt a more restrictive policy.

 

Moorpark College Smoking Policy

Smoking, including the use of electronic smoking devices and the use of tobacco products, is prohibited on all property and in all indoor and outdoor spaces owned, leased, licensed, or otherwise controlled by VCCCD.  Smoking, including the use of electronic smoking devices and the use of smokeless tobacco products, is prohibited in all vehicles owned by VCCCD, and at any event or activity on campus property. Furthermore, the use of nicotine products or nicotine delivery systems that are not regulated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) as cessation devices is prohibited in all indoor and outdoor spaces where smoking and tobacco use is prohibited. Products covered under this policy include, but are not limited to, cigarettes, cigars, pipes, water pipes (hookahs), electronic smoking devices such as electronic cigarettes and electronic hookahs, chewing tobacco, spit tobacco, snus, snuff, and dissolvable tobacco products.