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Double your chances of quitting. Call Quitline 13 7848.

Support is available no matter what stage of quitting you are at, and Quitline can help you through the process to maximise your chance of success

Quitline counsellors can help you to:

  1. Make a plan
  2. Identify your reasons
  3. Know your triggers
  4. Find the right method
  5. Feel supported through your quitting journey

Research has shown that using either quitting medication or nicotine replacement therapy (NRT), together with Quitline, is the most effective way to quit.

Quitline counsellors can help you work out your best way of quitting – and plan what will work best for you.

 

 

Support from you GP or pharmacist

Talk with your GP or your pharmacist if you are thinking about quitting smoking. They can help you access quitting medication or nicotine replacement therapy (NRT). If you are taking medications, it can also be important to speak to your GP or pharmacist about the interaction of nicotine and your medications.

Your GP or pharmacist can refer you to Quitline for counselling support and with your permission, Quitline can communicate with your GP or pharmacist regarding your progress.