For friendly advice and support on how to quit call 0800 052 5855 free
or text 'QUIT' to 80800.
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Quit smoking services
We will give you all the evidence based support you need when you are ready to quit smoking. Our specialist advisors will help you understand why you smoke and create a plan to help you quit.
We provide a range of confidential services to suit everyone living or working in Birmingham. The service offers a flexible range of treatments, information, advice, guidance and support through, drop-in clinics and one-to-one sessions at various community venues, hospitals, schools, pharmacy and GP surgeries. All services are completely FREE of Charge*
Click here to find out more about our friendly stop smoking clinics at locations across Birmingham.
Tips for keeping your home and car smoke-free
- Protect your family and friends by smoking outdoors
- Let your family and friends know that your house and car is smokefree
- Ask people not to smoke around you
- Get rid of any ashtrays
- Never smoke in any room that your child uses
- Never smoke in the car, even with the window open
- Never smoke around babies, young children or pregnant women
- When making short journeys try to smoke before or after you reach your destination
Giving up smoking is not easy but with help and support from your stop smoking service, you are up to four times more likely to stop than with will power alone.
Quit smoking sessions
When you join you will be seen on a one-to-one basis with a trained advisor. You’ll be encouraged to set a quit date and to attend a minimum of eight sessions. The first initial appointment will approximately be for 20 minutes, followed by 10 minutes review appointments for 7 weeks. Our advisor will check your level of addiction and advise you on the best treatment to help you to quit.
Your advisor will be able to tell you about nicotine replacement therapy (NRT) products and other stop smoking medicines, and recommend which product or combination of products could work for you.A weekly carbon monoxide check will be taken to help you track your progress. This is a great motivational tool because it helps you to see the benefits of giving up smoking.