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Our Newcastle Stop Smoking + Service offers a 12 week treatment programme which is designed to help those people who want to stop for good.

It requires face to face meetings for 12 weeks in order to monitor and give you the best support we can give you whilst your on this journey.

Please give us a call on 01912691103 to book an appointment.

12 week stop smoking programme

12 Week Treatment Programme

Session 1

You are not obliged to sign up or make a quit plan, you can discuss without making a commitment.

However, if you do decide to quit and sign up to our 12 week treatment programme this is what you can expect:

  • We will discuss why you smoke, why you would like to quit as well as any previous attempts you’ve made to quit in the past.
  • You will be offered a Carbon Monoxide (CO) test to measure the level of CO (a poisonous gas) in your body
  • We will discuss all products available to help you with your quit attempt including, Nicotine Replacement Therapy (NRT), Champix and E-cigarettes.
  • You will be presented with a voucher for your chosen product(s) which you will take to the Pharmacy. This will be the cost of a prescription charge (only free if you are eligible for free prescriptions).

    Please note, e-cigarettes are not available on the voucher scheme.

2 – 12

When you sign up to the 12 week treatment programme you are agreeing to contact every 2 weeks (every week if you prefer) at these sessions you can expect:

  • Discussion around your stop smoking experience so far
  • Any barriers that you can identify
  • Goal setting
  • CO testing to show how your body is already recovering
  • Help you identify difficult situations where there might be strong temptation to relapse
  • Encouragement and support
  • Discuss any problems around products and change if necessary
  • Voucher for products given

How much money could you save by stopping smoking?

Answer the two questions below and then click “Calculate” to see how much money you could save!


Your savings

Please note that the figures above are simply an indication of how much you could save based on the cost of a packet of cigarettes and your daily intake.