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We're here to help you go smokefree.

Why should I be smokefree?

We’ve supported thousands of people to go smokefree and are here to help you too. Stopping smoking has lost of benefits including a healthier body and bank balance!

Here are just a few of the positive changes you can experience after becoming smokefree:

  • Better breathing
  • Whiter teeth
  • Younger looking skin
  • Less stress
  • Improved smell and taste
  • More energy
  • Healthier loved ones

To find out how much money you could save try this quick cost calculator.

How can Quit51 help me?

Quit51 provide a free stop smoking service across Surrey. Our service is based upon the latest research and evidence and support is delivered by specially trained advisers who are registered with the National Centre for Smoking Cessation and Training (NCSCT).

Get in touch to start your smokefree journey….

Call us on: 0800 622 6968
Text us: text ‘smokefree’ to 66777
Email: contact.quit51@nhs.net

You can also follow us on Facebook (Quit51 Stop Smoking Service) and Twitter (@quit51advisor).

John Garcia, 51 from Guildford
“I’d smoked for many years and had tried to quit on a number of occasions but I never quite managed it. After being diagnosed with a chronic type of lung disease I got help from Quit 51, which included weekly support and nicotine replacement therapy. It was brilliant and I’ve not touched cigarettes since. I feel like a completely different person now and I’m much healthier. Walking my dog is easier and I can talk to people without gasping for breath. After spending thousands of pounds on cigarettes, the money I’m saving means I’ll be able to take my granddaughters to Euro Disney.”

If you are a health or community professional and would like to refer someone to Quit 51, please complete the form below, on their behalf. If you are a smoker, you can also fill in the form and refer yourself. We will get in touch with you as soon as possible.

What you can expect from us

We will offer you either one-to-one (private and confidential consultations) or group support with one of our advisers. The one-to-ones can take place face-to-face in a clinic or community setting like a village hall, or GP practice. We can also offer support over the phone if needed.

We will offer you weekly appointments for the first few weeks (this is the hardest time for quitting); and then either continue with the weekly appointments, or perhaps consider moving to fortnightly appointments until you reach 3 months without even a puff on a cigarette or other form of tobacco.

As well as talking to you each week, we will also call or text you in between appointments to help you to stay on track – we have advisers on call every weekday from 9am – 7pm as well as at the weekend 10am – 2pm.

During your time with the service we will focus on planning your quit attempt, supporting you through implementing the quit attempt, and then making sure you are able to stay smokefree for good.

The service is available for anyone 12 years old and over.

To find out more, visit the Quit51 website.

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