Our free stop smoking service gives you access to a dedicated advisor who will support you throughout your quit attempt. We will see you (up to a maximum of 12 appointments) to help you remain smoke free.
What you get:
Your first stop smoking appointment will last for 30 minutes. At this appointment the advisor will ask you about any quit attempts you may have had in the past and look at your current smoking habit
Our advisors need to be able to understand why you want to quit and how motivated you are to achieve this goal. By having this conversation, it helps our advisors work out how best to fully support you throughout your quit attempt.
Nicotine Replacement Therapy is available on prescription and these medications will be discussed with you on your first appointment.
During the current environment we are offering telephone support to everyone who wants to be smoke free, so you can access the service from the comfort of your home.
Resident of Surrey, work in Surrey, study in Surrey or registered with a Surrey GP
Over the age of 12
Currently smoking tobacco
“These people who help you on your journey are the most friendly, helpful and approachable people. They DO NOT JUDGE you. Neeve, who helped me was fantastic and the encouragement she provided spurred me on even more.”
“Snahal has been brilliant at praising me every week, I have looked forward to being able to tell her that I am still smoke free. I really think that the weekly calls have kept me going, when I had bad days I thought about her advice and it helped.”
“I was smoking about 20 a day and cut down to 2-5 daily and then managed to cut them out with the support and help from Tutua and the products she was sending. I use the products when I'm having a bad day, but it has been the best decision I have made. I have my mind set not to go back to smoking after pregnancy!”
Stopping smoking is one of the best things you will ever do for your health.
Smoking damages your health in many ways. From the day-to-day effects on your heart and breathing to longer-term smoking-related diseases such as cancer, heart disease, lung disease and stroke.
It’s never too late to stop smoking, and many health benefits will happen faster than you think. You will protect others around you from the harmful effects of secondhand smoke too.
Here’s how quitting could benefit you just 20 minutes (yes 20!) after your last cigarette
Visit the Better Health website for more tips and advice.
The Smokefree app can help you stop smoking by providing daily support and motivation. Join the thousands who have already quit with our support.
The NHS Better Health website is a great place to start. The site is packed full of information and handy guides to suit different types of people.