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As part of the policy, UH will offer quit smoking/tobacco use guidance. Each campus is responsible for establishment of such services for their own constituents. While those involved in the process will work together to ensure that all of the programs offered across UH system will meet the basic standards for effective services, the specific format and timeline of services may vary.

University of Hawai‘i at Manoa
Nancy Stockert, Ph.D.
Health Promotion Resource Center
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University of Hawai‘i – West Oahu
Administrative Services Office

University of Hawai‘i – Hilo
Patti Urso
Department of Nursing

Hawai‘i Community College
Patti Urso
Department of Nursing

Honolulu Community College
Lorri Taniguchi
Health Office

Kapiolani Community College
May Kealoha
Department of Nursing

Kauai Community College
Charlene Ono
Deptment of Nursing

Leeward Community College
Campus Health Center

Maui Community College
Nancy Johnson,
Division Director,

Denise Cohen,
Health Center

Windward Community College
Lui Hokoana
Dean of Student Services

Other Links on How to Quit Smoking

The Hawaii Tobacco Quitline offers free, confidential, phone based cessation services, at – 1-800-QUIT-NOW. Visit their website at is a Hawai’i based organization with a mission to inform Hawaii about the tobacco industry and their manipulative practices.
They provide information on local cessation services at

The National Cancer Institute website for quitting.

This is the official website of office of the Surgeon General, and provides extensive listing of tobacco use cessation related information including all major reports and up-to-date discoveries on treatment of nicotine dependency.

Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality: The AHRC provides evidence-based information on health care outcomes; quality; and cost, use, and access. Information from AHRQπs research helps people make more informed decisions and improve the quality of health care services. This webpage provides a variety of information to help people quit smoking.

QuitNet ≠ Massachusetts: QuitNet strives to be an online resource community and support center for smokers struggling to quit and "ex-smokers" working to stay clean. Many forums are provided along with chat rooms and a personal mailbox.

Nicotine Anonymous (OFFICIAL) A nicotine anonymous fellowship group comprised of men and women helping each other to gain freedom from nicotine

Arizona Smokers’ Helpline: A non-profit organization dedicated to helping the smoking public to successfully quit smoking. This site includes a Quit Guide that gives smokers tools to help them "kick the habit."