In an emergency or crisis situation always call triple zero (000) for police, fire and ambulance and follow instructions.
Information and support for people quitting or wanting to quit smoking. The site also has an online social networking group a free, downloadable Quit Kit.
Quit Now website
Information and resources about the benefits of quitting smoking, how to quit and what to do if you are having trouble quitting. The website also links to other resources and campaigns and contains tools to help people quit smoking.
Quitline – 13 7848
A telephone service available to smokers who want to quit smoking or who are thinking about quitting smoking and would like some more information. The Quitline is confidential and staffed by professional advisors. The Quitline is available from 8am to 8pm, Monday to Friday. Call the Quitline from anywhere in Australia for the cost of a local call (normal charges apply for mobile phones).
Youth Solutions – Drug Information
Information about tobacco and its effects, as well as links to support and other information.
A downloadable, free app available on the App Store, Google Play or Windows Phone Store. The app tracks the individual’s progress with quitting smoking, records personal goals, produces personalised statistics related to the individual’s success and provides motivating content. The app also features a community board and can be programed to respond to an individual’s smoking danger times.
Quit Genius – quit smoking
A free health app that aims to help users quit smoking. This app provides a programme for users to complete; which is based on the principles of cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT). The app features audio sessions, exercises, quizzes, reminder, and information about smoking. Available to download from Google Play and App Store.
Smoke Free – Stop Smoking Now
A free health app that aims to help users quit smoking. Features of this app include the ability to log your cravings and receive tips to deal with cravings. Users can also see how much money they have saved since quitting; how long they have been smoke free; and information on the health benefits of quitting. Available to download from Google Play and App Store.
Butt Out For Baby
A resource for health and community workers about young parents and smoking.
Quit for Two
A downloadable, free app available on the App Store, Google Play or Windows Phone Store. Designed for those who are pregnant or planning to fall pregnant. The app features games, practical quit tips and advice, as well as information about the baby’s development.
This website targets young indigenous people and supports them to quit smoking early or to never start. The website included videos, games and other interactive content.
Smarter than Smoking
A website containing smoking information for young people, schools and parents. Plenty of interactive games, videos, facts and statistics. The website also contains teacher resources and activity sheets.
Youth Solutions is a youth drug and alcohol prevention and health promotion charity, working with young people aged 12 – 25 across Macarthur and Wingecarribee. Youth Solutions provide a range of programs and services for young people and are an information and referral service. If you need information and links to support services, contact Youth Solutions on 02 4628 2319 or visit the Get Help section of the website.
Kids Quit Program
A free e-learning program that provides professionals with simple strategies for advising young people, parents and carers with smoking cessation advice and strategies to reduce exposure to Second hand Smoke (SHS). KidsQuit was developed by The Children’s Hospital at Westmead (CHW) Departments of Adolescents and Respiratory Medicine, Kids Health, Pharmacy and the Education Centre.
Supporting Smoking Cessation – a guide for health professionals
A practical, succinct and evidence-based resource for that can be used by a wide range of health professionals working in a variety of contexts.
Youth Solutions is committed to providing flexible and innovative avenues for information, brief advice and referral; as well as increasing the capacity of the sector to provide meaningful and effective referral pathways to service users and stakeholders.
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