Smokers' Helpline

Trained quit specialists match cessation advice to the patient's stage of readiness to quit.

Callers can access counselling services, self-help materials, advice, support and referral to evidence-based Island cessation support services such as Quit Care group counselling, available at the five Addictions Services sites (Souris, Montague, Charlottetown area,  Summerside, and Alberton).

Referrals may be reactive (patient calls in) or proactive (fax referral program).  Telephone counselling can enhance the effectiveness of self-help materials.

The free online counselling is an interactive, web-based service available 24-hours a day, 7 days a week offering tips, tools, and support to help with quitting smoking or other tobacco use.

Who is it for?

  • For any smoker, or for a person looking for advice to help someone quit.
  • May be useful for smokers who cannot travel to attend counselling sessions.
  • Free, bilingual.
  • Referrals may be reactive (patient calls in) or proactive (fax referral program).
  • Start right now with one phone call: 1-877-513-5333 or visit their website
  • www.smokershelpline.ca

Page Last Updated: 29/02/2016