The Lung Association's Smokers' Helpline is a free, confidential, telephone-based service right here in Newfoundland and Labrador.
The main goal of the service is to assist people in our province in quitting smoking and staying smoke free. Individuals who call the Helpline are invited to choose from the following list of services to find one that best suit their needs and lifestyle.
Over-the-Phone Support - a counsellor will answer your questions, provide quit tips, help with setting up a quit plan, and information on the various smoking cessation medications
Free Self-Help Materials - an information package with useful tips on quit-smoking products, managing cravings and coping with withdrawal symptoms
Group Meetings - these sessions provide an opportunity to learn
effective smoking cessation techniques and develop a quit plan in a supportive group environment
Online Support - register for personalized e-counseling via email
Links to Regional Supports - find out more about additional supports that are available in your area of the province
For Smokers who would like help with quitting or staying smoke-free - Click here to access quit tips.
For Others who would like information on programs, resources and tips to support someone in quitting - Click here to access information on effective approaches to support someone in quitting smoking or to find out more about ways the Helpline can partner with your workplace or school to promote health and wellness.
Healthcare providers, workplaces, community organizations, get involved in helping smokers and quitters connect with this effective service. Learn more about the NL Smokers' Helpline CARE Program.