Hiram College

Resources: Smoking and Drug/Alcohol Abuse

Smoking Cessation

Are you hooked on tobacco? Remember, smoking is an addiction, and most people find quitting a challenge. The Health Center can help you with tips and techniques to help you kick the habit. Make an appointment for individual counseling on how to quit or bring a friend who wants to quit with you.

The Health Center recommends the Quitza program. Quitza is the world’s first social smoking cessation network, allowing you to get support whenever and wherever you need it most. Studies show that people who have a support system in place are more successful in breaking the habit. Quitza offers around-the-clock support, personal progress reports, social awards and even gift card rewards.

For more information, visit Quitza’s website or call the Health Center at 330.569.5418.

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Drug and Alcohol Abuse Resources

With the current opioid addiction crisis, we know that most people are impacted in one way or another.  Knowing where to turn is part of the struggle.  We would like to provide you with some resources.  If you or someone you know needs help please reach out to someone for help.

Local resources:

Coleman Access 330-296-3555

New Day Recovery 330-953-3300

Townhall II 330-678-3006 or 866-449-8518

First Step Recovery 330-369-8022

Glenbeigh 800-234-1001

On-line resources:







Alcohol Anonymous Meeting finder:  www.aacleve.org