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The information provided in this article is for personal use, reference, and education only. ASEBP does not provide medical advice. Before starting any medication or product, you should always consult with your pharmacist, health care provider, or call Alberta Health Link at 811.
ASEBP’s Extended Health Care benefits provide coverage for a range of medications to help you or your dependants stop smoking or vaping, up to a combined lifetime maximum of $1,500 per person. See the Drug Inquiry Tool on My ASEBP for eligibility details on specific prescription drugs.
If you have ASEBP’s Employee and Family Assistance Program (EFAP), you can access free smoking cessation support, which includes a customized care plan to support your overall health and well-being.