Resources to help you quit smoking

Information resources

Online Quit Kit is a free quit smoking resource that can be downloaded online. It provides advice on planning and preparing to quit smoking as well as information on tips and strategies to help you quit successfully.

Quit because you can is another online resource that provides advice to help you plan and quit smoking.

Online support

iCanQuit is a free online resource that provides you with tools to help you along your quit journey and allows you to hear the stories of others.

QuitCoach smoking advice is a free online tool that provides you with a personalised quitting plan and quit

My QuitBuddy is a personalised app to help you quit smoking and track your progress. There is also a community board where you can gain motivation and support from other people quitting.

‘Quit for you – Quit for two’ is a free quit smoking app for mums-to-be that can be downloaded from the Apple iTunes online store or at Google Play store.

The Quit Now Calculator helps you work out how much money you could save if you quit smoking.

Make Smoking History assists smokers to quit by providing them with information and resources to help plain their quit attempt.

Telephone support

Aboriginal Quitline (13 QUIT or 13 7848) provides culturally appropriate and tailored quit smoking services to Aboriginal people. When you call ask you’re an Aboriginal advisor.

Quitline (13 QUIT or 13 7848) is a confidential and individually tailored telephone service to assist you in the process of quitting smoking. NSW Quitline advisors are available Monday to Friday 7am to 10:30pm and Saturday, Sunday and public holidays 9am to 5pm.

Arabic language Quitline call 1300 7848 03

Vietnamese language Quitline call 1300 7848 65

Cantonese/Mandarin language Quitline call 1300 7848 36

Face-to-face support

Call Quitline on 13 7848 (13 QUIT) to ask what local support services are available.

Contact your local hospital or community health centre to find out if they provide quit smoking support.

Speak to your local doctor or pharmacist.

Workplace training

The Tackling Tobacco program partners with not-for-profit community sector organisations to reduce smoking-related harm among the most disadvantaged population groups in NSW. The program aims to increase the capacity of community services to address smoking within their organisations and to provide their clients with support to stop smoking. Please email tacklingtobacco@nswcc.org.au for more information about the Tackling Tobacco program.

NSW Quitline provide a fee-for-service program to help employees quit smoking. The training can range from a brief one-off educational seminar, or assistance in implementing large-scale no-smoking policies and cessation programs.

Get Healthy at Work is a NSW Government program that helps to improve the health of working adults by giving businesses the tools and resources to address weight, physical activity, health eating, active travel, smoking and alcohol consumption. Get Healthy at Work Online Training provides learning materials to help you gain knowledge on the options available to address smoking in the workplace and to develop an action plan to reduce smoking in the workplace.

Get Healthy Quit Smoking resources contains a number of resources to help workers quit smoking or cut down their rate of smoking.

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