Scientific Support For online Tobacco resources
Free mobile texting program, hotlines, apps etc.
Free Nicotine Anonymous Support Group
(sourced from St. Luke’s Chesterfield)
Every Monday (except holidays) • 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.
For more information or to register for this free support group, call 636-394-2521 or 636-532-7320
Opioid At Work Employer Toolkit
(National Safety Council)
- Understand opioids and how they impact the workplace
- Learn about opioid misuse and opioid use disorder
- Recognize signs of impairment
- Educate employees on the risks of opioid use
- Incorporate the right elements into drug-related HR policies and procedures
- Support employees who are struggling with opioid misuse or opioid use disorder
This free toolkit includes sample policies, fact sheets, presentations, 5-minute safety talks, posters, white papers, reports, videos and more so you can implement a workplace program on opioids.
“Operation Prevention”- Workplace Opioid Prevention Resources
(Modules created by the DEA)
With the help of Operation Prevention, employers now have the opportunity to empower their staff and strengthen their organization with simple, no-cost workplace resources that give clarity to the opioid epidemic, including perspectives on science, health, society, and the legal system. Become a leader who inspires personal progress and productivity with versatile learning resources that stress the importance of prevention.
MO Tobacco Quitline
Free comprehensive program
The Missouri Tobacco Quitline can help tobacco users quit by offering counseling, practical information on how to quit, referrals to other cessation resources, and, if eligible, FDA-approved cessation medications. The Missouri Tobacco Quitline is free, confidential and an effective way to help Missourians quit all forms of tobacco, including e-cigarettes and smokeless tobacco. This service is also available for former smokers who are trying to avoid a relapse and for those who want information to help a family member or friend quit tobacco. Over the past 25 years, many studies have been done that show the benefits of quitlines. Studies show that people who receive coaching through the quitline more than double their chances of quitting and are more likely to stay quit. Combining counseling and quit-smoking medications, such as patches, triples success rates.