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We can provide free advice, one-to-one or group support and access to range of Nicotine Replacement Therapy (NRT) and other stop smoking medicines. Don’t worry if you’ve tried to quit smoking before, we have lots of new ideas and advice that will help.
*A prescription charge may apply. Free for those exempt from charges.
Please email your full name and day time telephone number to www.wiltsstopsmoking.co.uk with details of where you live. A trained stop smoking advisor from your local Stop Smoking Service will call you back within 48 hours (Monday to Friday).
Alternatively please call the National Smokefree Helpline on 0800 022 4 332 (Monday to Friday 9am to 8pm, Sat and Sun 11am to 4pm).
Want to chat to an advisor online? Yo can do this on the NHS Choices wesite.
For lots more information and ways to quit successfully please see the NHS Smokefree website.