Quit smoking

Stop smoking. Start breathing this stoptober. Man blowing into a large green balloon.

One You Kent support this Stoptober

Join the thousands around the country who are quitting this Stoptober for their health and their families. Find out more about Stoptober and the Better Health campaign.

The One You Kent service can also support you.

If you are already quitting with our help, our trained advisors will continue to support you by telephone or video call.

If you are thinking about quitting, we can offer telephone or video support. Get started today - fill in a referral form and a friendly advisor will call you to talk through the options in your area.

Pledge to become a smoke free home

We’re also encouraging residents to pledge to protect themselves and their children from the dangers of secondhand smoke in the home.

Tips include setting a date for when your house will become smoke free, hold a family meeting to ask everyone for support and set up a place outside for people to smoke.

Get started today.

Fill in a referral form

Stop smoking medication

You can even get stop smoking medication such as patches, gum or tablets on prescription – if you don’t pay for your prescriptions then they are free!

Quitting when pregnant

If you’re pregnant you can get specialist help and support to help you to go smoke free, including home visits in some areas. We won’t judge you, or lecture you, we’re here to help.

Read about quitting smoking when pregnant

We know that quitting smoking can be tough, but if you're ready there's lots of support and advice to help you stop for good.

What happens when you quit

If you can stay smoke free for 28 days you're 5 times more likely to quit for good.

No matter how long you've smoked for, quitting can improve your health straight away. Changes begin within 48 hours, just take a look at what happens once you put out that final cigarette.

Stub out and see the benefits