UNH Kick Butts
UNH Kick Butts
Kick Butts National Day of Activism at UNH - March 31, 2015
This campaign is a national day of activism that began in 1996.
Over 1,000 events in schools and communities across the United States and around the world are expected to participate in this year's campaign.
Kick Butts' goal is to empower youth and young adults to stand out, speak up and seize control against Big Tobacco by:
- Raising awareness of the problem of tobacco use in state and local communities;
- Encouraging youth and young adults to reject the tobacco industry's deceptive marketing and stay tobacco-free;
- Urging elected officials to take action to protect communities from tobacco.
Contribute to the UNH Tobacco Memorial Wall
In recognition of National Kick Butts Day, UNH Health Services is sponsoring its first annual online UNH Tobacco Memorial Wall dedicated to the memories of those who have died due to tobacco use. Here we memorialize, remember and pay tribute to friends and loved ones whose lives were cut short by their chemical dependency upon smoking nicotine.
May your remembrances inspire other to never start, current nicotine users to quit, those struggling to quit stay the course, and ex-users to savor every day of their lives without nicotine.
The UNH Tobacco Memorial Wall will accept photos, videos, personal notes and photographed artwork submitted by UNH students, faculty and staff.
Anyone in the UNH community may contribute to the wall. Please allow up to 5 days for your contribution to be included on the UNH Memorial Wall, which is online on Pinterest. If you have questions or would like assistance with your submission, please contact Melissa Garvey at (603) 862-3823 or by email@example.com.
Free Quit Kits
Tuesday, March 31
11:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
MUB Food Court
S.A.F.E. Peer Educators will be providing information about tobacco cessation and free Quit Kits. The kits are free for UNH students and employees and are always available in our Health Services Pharmacy. Each kit is filled with educational information and tools to help you cope with cravings. You can also download materials from our Virtual Quit Kit.
Encourage and Congratulate Loved Ones
Send an e-card to someone you know. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention health e-cards allow you to send electronic greeting cards to friends, family, and co-workers.
- Smoking Harms Health - From the Very First Puff
- Lung Cancer is the Leading Cause of Cancer Deaths for Women
- Congratulations for Quitting Smoking
- View all CDC ecards
UNH Smoking Cessation Services
You will be most successful in kicking your tobacco habit when you have support and utilize multiple measures rather than using only one. For example, some people use a nicotine replacement product along with meditation and counseling. The good news is, we offer many services to help you kick your tobacco habit to the curb...for good!
- Free Quit Kits available in our Pharmacy
- Health Consultations with a health care provider
- Students - Call (603) 862-2856 or make appointment online
- Employees/Dependents - Call 862-4584 or make appointment online
- Support with a wellness educator/counselor*
- Medical Acupuncture
- Massage Therapy
- Light Therapy for the Winter Blues
- Quit for Life Mobile App IOS and Android
- Zombie Smokeout Mobile App
- Online Resources and Tools
- Kick Butts Day - March 26, 2015
- The Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids
Join the Conversation @UNHHealth and #UNHKickButts
- About Us
- Medical Care
- Student Health Benefits Plan (SHBP)
- Ill or Injured
- Mental Health
- STI Testing & Treatment
- Women's Health
- Complementary Health Services
- Incoming Student Information
- Information for International Students
- Release of Information Form
- Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drugs
- Chronic Illness Support
- Eating Concerns
- Emotional Health
- Massage Therapy
- Sex and Gender
- Stress Management
- Yoga Classes
- Paws and Relax Pet Therapy Program
- Get Involved
- Peer Support/Mentors
- Request an Educational Program
- SPIN Recipe of the Week (as seen in TNH)
- Wildcat Wellness Student Blogs on UNHTales
- Employee Clinic
- Health Withdrawals