Support for smoking cessation

We know that everyone’s journey to quit smoking will be different, so we want to help you on the way to QUITYOURWAY, but ours support. Whichever way you choose to do this, it’s all about quitting smoking free… what should you lose?

The choice is yours, you can:

Meet our trained smoking cessation counselors to help you plan yours quit, talk to you about drugs to stop free smoking and explain how they work. They will keep in touch with you on a regular basis so that you will receive the support and guidance you need to complete a successful breakup.

Having the right medication and the right support has been proven to have the highest success rates.

If you think you are ready to make this change and become a non-smoker email address
[email protected] or pick up the phone now and call 0800 025 3000 to talk.

If you are pregnant and want to quit smoking for yourself and your baby, our specialist midwives are waiting for you to call 01592 648124.

If you want to do it yourself, but you agree that drugs to stop smoking will reduce your cravings for nicotine, go to any pharmacy and they will give you a short consultation and free medication.


Smoking and going to the hospital

All NHS Fife Hospitals and Territories are Non-Smoking. This means that if you are a patient, a staff member or just visiting the hospital Smoking is not allowed anywhere under the NHS. This includes parks, gardens and pedestrian crossings. NHS employees are not allowed to smoke in uniform at any time.

If you need help managing your smoking while working or going to the hospital, call 0800 025 3000 for advice.

If you would like more information about tobacco training and our tobacco resources, please email us [email protected].