Connect4Health Wellness Program offers free tobacco cessation classes to all employees.
For those that would like to complete a course in order to avoid the monthly tobacco surcharge for Plan Year 2018, can do so in 1 of 3 ways:
Please view each tab to determine which opportunity would be best for you.
For questions, please contact Michelle Gifford, Wellness Coordinator, at 972-941-7227 or email@example.com
C4honline.com, our new wellness portal, maintained by Viverae, offers a 4-week online tobacco cessation course. Completion of the course will be noted on the portal and you will also earn additional points towards your healthy habits rewards program.
To get started, follow the instructions below:
1) Go to c4honline.com
2) Sign in if you have created an account already, if not, please register for one.
Click on Register Today;
Enter your last name and date of birth (DOB);
Enter your identifier: Employee/retiree: Enter your 5-Digit Employee ID Number
Enter the registration code: cityofplano
Create a username and password
3) Go to “Profile” located in the top menu bar on your Dashboard Page > Education > Targeted Programs > "Breaking Free From Tobacco" > Click "Enroll"
The City of Plano is partnering up with Quit for Life, a telephonic tobacco cessation program. If you decide to join this program, your quit coach will help you create an easy-to-follow quitting plan that will show you how to get ready, take action and live the rest of your life tobacco-free. Your quitting plan will include:
· A quit coach
· Quitting Aids
· Quit guide
· Web Coach
You must complete 4 out of 5 coaching sessions
To register for the program, call 1-866-QUIT-4-LIFE (1-866-784-8454) or go online at quitnow.net
The City of Plano is also offering onsite Tobacco Cessation Courses facilitated by your City Wellness Coordinator, Michelle Gifford. The curriculum used is FreshStart developed by the American Cancer Society, who is also the product developer of Quit 4 Life.
These courses will be held on-site, in various locations around the City. The facilitator will work with Department heads in developing a schedule that is most conducive to employee work hours. This course is typically four (4) weeks in length, at one hour each. This course will include:
• On-site group facilitation
• Quit Guide
Session I : 7/11,7/12 & 7/13 at Public Works Training Room 6 am- 7 am- TENTATIVE