Stop smoking service
Stopping smoking is one of the single most beneficial things that you can do for your health.
We know that quitting smoking isn’t always easy. People who receive support from their local stop smoking service find it easier to stop and are four times more likely to stay smokefree.
Our team of specialist advisors have lots of experience in helping people to quit smoking.
We have also made an NHS smokefree pledge as part of a national programme to help the whole NHS go smokefree.
COVID-19 Virus Notice
The Stockton Specialist Stop Smoking Service has adapted its ways of working in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. We have risen to the challenges that this has presented and looked at this as an opportunity to offer new ways to reach our clients.
We are proud to be able to offer access to our services by telephone, face-to-face consultation and also remote video consultations using the secure NHS Attend Anywhere video service.
Feedback that we have had from clients about the new ways of working have been really encouraging.
The Stop Smoking Service remains committed to providing help and support with your stop smoking treatment and will continue to do so.
Where to get support
The Stockton Specialist Stop Smoking Service offers free advice and support to the residents of Stockton-On-Tees borough council areas. We also provide a 12-week stop smoking treatment and support programme tailored to the individual needs of the client.
You can download details of stop smoking services available in your area below:
If you want to stop smoking and you are a resident living in one of the Stockton on Tees Borough council areas, or, if you have any questions about the services that we offer, please call 01642 383819 or 01642 383818, Monday to Friday between 9am and 5pm for further information.
Other areas in Teesside: –
Support in Hartlepool – is provided by Hartlepool Borough Council please click here for further information on the support available.
Support in Middlesbrough, Redcar and Cleveland – is provided by Middlesbrough Borough Council. Information on their support service can be found here.
All other areas
National Smokefree Helpline: