Specialist stop smoking service

Support and advice to help you every step of the way on your journey to becoming smoke free.

Are you ready to quit smoking and looking for ways to cut back?

It can be a big step to give up smoking, but with specialist support you are three times more likely to succeed. If you decide to stop smoking you can reduce the risk of developing cancer and improve your general health.

Health benefits of stopping smoking: 

  • Breathing easier and coughing less after quitting 
  • More energy as blood circulation improves 
  • Improved sense of taste and smell 
  • Less stress and anxiety 


Northumberland Stop smoking service  

Evidence shows that people are 3 times more likely to quit for good if they have support from their local Stop Smoking Service. Take the first step by contacting them during office hours from: 

  • 9am – 5pm, Monday to Thursday 
  • 9am - 4pm Friday 
  • Northumberland service – 01670 813135 
  • Free national helpline – 0800 022 4332 


How to make a referral to Northumberland Stop Smoking Service 

Self-referrals can be made online, by telephone or by email. Find out more by visiting the Stop smoking Northumberland website. 

Referrals are processed office hours, Monday to Friday.  

Referrals by professionals 

ICE (Northumbria Healthcare and GP Surgeries) or submit a referral form via our webform  

Complete a referral form or visit Northumberland's stop smoking website. 

One of our friendly team members will be in touch to arrange an appointment at a face to face clinic or via telephone, whichever is most convenient for you. 



If you want to stop smoking and are considering using an e-cigarette, speak with one of our stop smoking advisors who will advise and tailor a support package.   

E-cigarettes are battery powered devices that deliver nicotine through inhaled vapour. They don’t contain tobacco so you aren’t exposed to tar or carbon monoxide which are the main toxins found in cigarettes.   

Current evidence suggests that e-cigarettes are 95% less harmful than smoking tobacco (PHE 2016).   

They can be used on their own or alongside NRT and support from a trained stop smoking advisor. 

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