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Tobacco and Weight Loss Programs

Quit For Life® Program

Eligibility: Full-time Academic and Staff employees and spouses who are enrolled in an IU-sponsored medical plan

The Quit For Life Program offers an integrated mix of support tools to help stop using tobacco products. The program is telephone based and accessible across all IU campuses. Participants have access to:

To enroll in Quit For Life, call 1-866-784-8454 or visit the Quit For Life Program Web site.

Tobacco Cessation Prescription Benefits

Eligibility: Anyone enrolled in an IU-sponsored medical plan

IU employee medical plans cover 100 percent of the cost of tobacco cessation prescription and over-the-counter tobacco replacement products. Coverage is limited to a 180-day supply per covered individual per year. Covered prescriptions drugs include Chantix, Zyban (bupropion), and Nicotrol. Over-the-counter products require a prescription in order to be covered under the employee’s medical plan.

Weight Talk® (formerly Mind & Body®) Program

Eligibility: Full-time Academic and Staff employees and spouses who are enrolled in an IU-sponsored medical plan

The Weight Talk Program helps participants l earn the skills to achieve and maintain a healthy weight for life. The program lasts six months. Program participants will be part of a private, online community in which they:

Expert guidance is provided throughout the program through phone and online interactions with a personal, dedicated coach, registered dietitians, and fitness specialists who are highly trained in motivating behavior change, exercise, and healthy eating. To enroll, visit Weight Talk Program or call 1-855-948-8255.


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Page updated: 9 September 2013
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