Whether it's your first quit attempt or you've tried multiple times, our quit planner is an excellent place to start. The planner will step you through your reasons for smoking, the triggers that are making you crave cigarettes and lots of tips to help you kick the habit for good.
Get started with our Quit Planner.
If you prefer to chat online than over the phone, then Quitline’s web chat is for you. It has the same operating hours, and allows you to start a chat with a trained quit counsellor via the website. Look for the 'chat now' button on the Quitline website.
Find out more about the Quitline here.
QuitCoach provides you with personalised quitting information based on your responses to questions about your confidence, motivation and past quit attempts. The initial questions take about 10-15 minutes to work though, and at the end you receive detailed information that explains how factors like your level of addiction, your personal social and living situation, and your mood can affect your quit attempt. It is recommended to repeat the questionnaire as you progress in your quit journey.
Register for QuitCoach here
The Quit Because You Can booklet is part of the Quit Kit and provides practical advice to help you plan and quit smoking. It includes information and activities to help you learn about why you smoke and describes different ways of quitting. No matter where you are in your quit journey, this booklet has advice for you.
You can download the Quit Because You Can booklet or request one be posted to you as part of our Quit Kit.
There are so many different ways to quit, find the one that will work for you.
Free apps such as My QuitBuddy can be a fun and practical way to quit and stay smoke-free.
There are more ex-smokers today than there are smokers. Find out how they did it by reading their stories.
The Quitline is a confidential telephone advice and information service for people who want to quit smoking.
The My QuitBuddy App tracks your quitting progress, such as days smoke-free, cigarettes avoided, health gained and dollars saved.
Some people think quitting is about willpower, but to quit successfully means being prepared, and understanding your smoking triggers.