Quitting smoking can make a drastic improvement to your life and your health. It’s not always easy, but thinking about the reasons to quit is a brilliant way to motivate yourself. Did you know you are four times more likely to quit with support of your local NHS service? Find out more about NHS smoking advice and support or call 0300 123 1044 – the free Smokefree National Helpline to speak to a trained, expert adviser.
Smithfield Detox: Service users have pre-arranged admission times where they are inducted into the service by a trained and competent nurse who completes a comprehensive assessment of need meeting the requirements from PHE good practice guide, RCGP guidelines, NICE and MoC. The assessment includes a Smoking Cessation Assessment, based on this Smithfield can offer the service user smoking cessation advice and support.
Leigh Bank Rehab: All Leigh Bank residents are signposted to the local pharmacy for advice and information on quitting smoking. Leigh Bank also has smoking cessation links with the local GP where services are available including patches etc.
Stanfield House Rehab: All Stanfield House residents are signposted to the local pharmacy for advice and information on quitting smoking. Stanfield House also has smoking cessation links with the local GP where services are available including patches etc.
There are also lots of mobile applications (apps) that can help you. They can provide daily support and success tips, track how much money you’re saving and show how many days you’ve been smoke free.