Quit Tobacco for Good with the Quit For Life® Program

Quitting tobacco is like learning to ride a bicycle. Nobody does it perfectly the first time, and it's easier with someone there to help you. Many people try to quit several times before they finally succeed.

PacificSource understands the difficulty of quitting tobacco and is pleased to offer the award-winning Quit For Life® program. There is no cost to participate, and PacificSource covers unlimited quit attempts. The program provides you with ongoing support throughout the process. Quit For Life has helped thousands of people take control of their lives and their health by quitting tobacco.

It isn't necessary to see your doctor in order to enroll in Quit For Life. Doctor visits for tobacco cessation may or may not be covered under your plan. Please call Customer Service to verify your benefit. 

To enroll, simply call Quit For Life toll-free at (866) QUIT-4-LIFE (784-8454) or enroll online at QuitNow.net . After you enroll, program materials will be sent directly to your home. A Quit Coach is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. If you have questions about your PacificSource coverage, contact PacificSource Customer Service at (541) 684-5582 or toll-free (888) 977-9299.

The Quit For Life program is brought to you by the American Cancer Society® and Optum®. The two organizations have 40 years of combined experience in tobacco cessation coaching and have helped more than two million tobacco users. 

InTouch for Members

Achieve better health with CafeWell!

CaféWell is a secure health engagement portal that provides you with personalized guidance and incentives to live a healthier life.

  • Complete an activity. Pick one that fits your personal goals and energy level.
  • Talk to a coach. Get your questions answered online or during live webinars.
  • Join a community. Connect with others who are focused on similar health goals.

Start your journey and register for CaféWell today! You'll find CafeWell within InTouch for Members. Register or log in now.


Last updated 2/15/2019