Stopping smoking improves your physical health, boosts your mental health and relieves stress and anxiety.
If you want to give up smoking, now is a good time to do it.
Smokers who are self-isolating and, therefore unable to go outside to smoke, should seek alternatives, such as Nicotine Replacement Therapy (NRT) or e-cigarettes, to protect other people in their household.
Though we are unable to provide face-to-face consultations, we are offering weekly telephone support sessions, which include behavioural guidance, advice and supply of stop smoking medications and general support.
Whether you're ready to give up or just want to see if this is the right programme for you, call us on 0800 169 7541 or 01895 207777 or email email@example.com
No matter how long you have smoked for, quitting can help both your physical and mental health immediately. It has been proven that you are 4 times more likely to stop smoking with the support from a stop smoking adviser.
If you are ready to quit and are an eligible resident of Hillingdon, we can help.
For professional and understanding advice, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 01895 207790 or 0800 169 7541.
Alternatively, you can visit us at:
ARCH - Old Bank House
64 High Street
We can offer:
- free access to an experienced NHS stop smoking adviser at a location and time to suit you
- if appropriate, smoking cessation medications such as nicotine replacement therapy (normally patches and gum) available at prescription cost (or free if you are exempt)
If you are pregnant and looking for help to stop smoking, read about smoking in pregnancy on the NHS website.
Further advice and support
- Quit smoking with free Stoptober support and resources
- Quit smoking with your free personal quit plan
- Visit the NHS Smokefree website, or call the Smokefree National Helpline on 0300 123 1044 to speak to a trained advisor (the line is open 9am to 8pm from Monday to Friday and 11am to 4pm on weekends)
- Download a Smokefree app such as SF28 or Smoke Free by David Crane