If you are thinking about quitting, working to be smokefree, or have relapsed - you've come to the right place. There is lots of help available to make it easier for you to become smokefree.
There are lots of face-to-face quitting services you can choose from:
The Quitline provides a free quit smoking telephone helpline and website.
You can request a quit pack, which has practical quit smoking advice and information, talk to a Quit Advisor for one-on-one support or get exchange cards for subsidised nicotine patches or gum where suitable.
Call 0800 778 778 to speak to a Quit Advisor.
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Getting txt messages can help keep your motivation up and give you some advice and support along the way as you quit.
Sign up for Txt2Quit and you'll get free txt messages to support you while you are quitting. Txt2Quit runs for 26 weeks and is ideally suited to 16 to 24-year-olds, but anyone can use it.
Goalpost makes those tough life-changing goals easier by connecting you with friends and supporters, and expert advice. Goalpost helps keep you motivated with fun stuff like challenges, incentives and rewards. Sign up and give it a go. It's free!
Smokestop is a three-month programme consisting of a series of sessions, each lasting 10-15 minutes. By working through the sessions you will be fully prepared for quit day and have effective strategies to stay smokefree. Smokestop also provides essential support throughout your journey to become smokefree including email, text messages, live chat and a forum.
The QuitBlog is hosted by The Quit Group and allows people trying to quit to share their experiences with others. It is free to join and helps you connect with people going through the same experiences.