You don’t have to quit alone—we provide advice and support to help you achieve your goal every step of the way.
Please see the services below to start your smoke-free journey.
Quitline is a free and confidential helpline run by trained quit-smoking counsellors who can offer you advice and support.
Please call 13QUIT (13 7848) between 7am and 10pm, 7 days a week to speak to a counsellor.
Further information is available at iCanQuit.
Cancer Council ACT
Cancer Council ACT offers various quit-smoking courses conducted by trained educators. The courses are designed to help you understand why you smoke and to develop strategies to help you quit for good. They can be tailored to specific groups and acknowledge additional barriers that certain people may face when trying to quit.
Please visit the Cancer Council ACT for more information.
You can also call 02 6257 9999 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Ask your pharmacist
Did you know that many pharmacists can help you quit?
The ACT has over 300 pharmacists with quit-smoking counsellors trained to give you advice and support to help you quit.
Please visit your local pharmacy or see the list of participating pharmacies.
You can also call the ACT Branch of the Pharmacy Guild on 02 6270 8900.