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The Stop Smoking Clinic

 

The Stop Smoking Clinic provides free, personalized support to help you quit smoking.

COVID-19 Update

To help protect staff and clients from the spread of COVID-19, Halton Region Stop Smoking clinics are suspended until further notice.

If you require smoking cessation services, please call Telehealth Ontario at 1-866-797-0000 or www.smokershlepline.ca (external link).

If you are an existing client with the Stop Smoking clinic, please call 905-825-6000 ext. 7887 for more information.

 

At the Stop Smoking Clinic, you will receive free, personalized support to help you quit. A health care professional will help you:

  • assess your lifestyle
  • understand why you smoke
  • set a quit date
  • choose the right method of quitting for you

Who will be counselling me?

The Stop Smoking Clinic provides free personal counselling by a health care professional certified in tobacco cessation counselling.

How often do I need to go?

Clinic counselling is by appointment only and usually involves 3 - 8 visits, 30 minutes each.

What methods of quitting can I consider using?

You may consider using one or more of several methods:

  • nicotine replacement therapy (patch, gum, inhaler, lozenges)
  • counselling support while on prescription medication, such as Zyban® or Champix®
  • behaviour modification.

The Stop Smoking Clinic offers free nicotine replacement therapy for eligible tobacco users.

Where are the clinics located?

  • Acton - Health@372
    372 Queen Street (Sobey’s Plaza)
  • Call Access Halton - 311
  • Burlington - Health@3350
    3350 Fairview Street
  • Call Access Halton - 311
  • Milton - Health@217
    Towne Square, 217 Main Street East
  • Call Access Halton - 311
  • Oakville - Health@232
    232 South Service Road East, Unit B
  • Call Access Halton - 311

How do I make an appointment?

Contact the Halton Region Health Department at:

  • Call Access Halton - 311
  • Toll free: 1-866-4HALTON (1-866-442-5866)
  • TTY 905-827-9833

Ready to quit smoking? Find help near you.

Go to the Smokers' Helpline website (external link) and enter your postal code for a list of smoking cessation resources in your community.

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