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Rocky Mountain Labs Is a Tobacco-Free Campus

RML is committed to achieving a tobacco-free workplace for all employees and visitors.

RML federal employees have access to the Federal Occupational Health Services (FOHS) Tobacco Use Cessation Program. This program provides free tobacco cessation treatment services to smokers and other tobacco users who wish to quit through local clinics run by FOHS. The program is available at no cost to employees if their current health insurance plan does not cover over-the-counter treatment options for tobacco addiction.

All RML staff, including contractors, have access to the following free resources:

  • The National Network of Tobacco Cessation Quitlines (800-QUITNOW)
  • Smoking cessation programs through the NIH Work/Life Center (301-435-1619)
  • Montana Tobacco Quit Line (800-QUIT-NOW)

If you have questions, email, and check out Taking Our Own Best Advice: Working Toward a Smoke-Free NIH.

Content last reviewed on March 13, 2012