Need help to stop smoking? Want to know more about Vaping?
Support to stop smoking/reduce smoking/switch to vaping.
It’s never been more important to quit smoking. Smokers are 14 times more likely to be effected by the severe form of Covid 19. Our Stop Smoking Service is a free confidential service offering support and advice to local smokers who either want to stop smoking or to cut down the amount they smoke. We can also offer support and advice to those wanting to switch to vaping( E cigs). During this time we are still offering our support via telephone, facetime or via an app.
This service is for smokers aged 12 years and over who live or work in Bath and North East Somerset. We also offer support to pregnant smokers through our Health and Pregnancy Advisors.
Wellbeing Service, Unit 2, Roman Way, Peasedown St John, Bath. BA2 8SG.
t: 0300 247 0050
More about us
Our service offers free local support to smokers aged 12 years and over through individual, face to face or telephone consultations. This support can include help to either stop smoking completely, cut down gradually prior to your quit date or cut down to reduce the harm from your smoking. When you get in touch, one of our friendly and fully trained health improvement practitioners will talk to you about your options and help you create a plan to reach your goal.
If you access support from the specialist Stop Smoking Service you are 4 times more likely to quit and stay quit.
We can also offer advice and support on E-cigarettes and Vaping.
We provide a range of stop smoking medications to help you to quit, including nicotine replacement therapy and vape kits. You can choose to access support and advice to stop smoking at your GP practice or at most of the pharmacies in Bath and North East Somerset which have a trained advisor. Please contact us for details.
For helpful advice and information on stopping smoking, visit NHS Smokefree.
How do I access this service?
Call us today at the Wellbeing Hub on 0300 2470050.
What does this service cost?
This is an NHS funded service and the service itself is therefore of no cost to you. However, if you pay for your prescriptions, some of our medications may incur a small prescription charge.
Professionals can refer here.