Giving up smoking is the single most important thing you can do to improve your health.
Everyone has their own reasons for wanting to give up smoking. Whether it’s because of a desire to improve your own health, save money or to break free from the addiction to nicotine, it’s never too late to quit.
Thinking about stopping smoking for Stoptober? Yorkshire Smoke free Sheffield invites you to try new ways of quitting!
You can use the service during Stoptober or at any point of the year.
You can pick and mix the support you want:
Have a look at Yorkshire Smoke free Service
Or call us on 0800 6120011 (free from landlines) or 0330 6601166 (free from your mobile).
Sheffield Smoke Free Spaces is a new and innovative service. Our aim is to promote smoke free homes, cars, businesses and outdoor spaces.
To create a safe smoke free environment for all, especially our children and young people. We are encouraging and supporting our communities to live, work and play smoke free.
The service offers free training to all front-line workers and volunteers in the city.
Contact Lisa Harman on 0114 2134056 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Contact Yorkshire Smoke free Sheffield.
This service works with children and young people in schools across Sheffield to increase their awareness of the risks of smoking and benefits of being smoke free and supports them in making the choice to live a smoke free life.
The service involves:
Training young people to become smoke free peer supporters for their school, who are able to talk to their peers to raise their awareness of the harms of smoking and support them in making decisions to not smoke
Tailored stop smoking support for young people through the Yorkshire Smoke free Sheffield Service
Promoting the de-normalisation of smoking
Offering smoke free sessions to parents and carers to offer practical advice in supporting their children to not smoke and promote smoke free environments
Working with schools to promote smoke free in the school environment
For more information about this service, please contact the Smoke Free Children and Young Peoples Service on 0114 2702040 extension 224.
We aim to reduce the availability and supply of cheap and illicit tobacco, and increase awareness of the harm caused from the sale and distribution of these products.
Report any illegal activities about tobacco to Trading Standards, phone 0114 2736290.
You can also ring Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800555111.
We are currently developing a Cheap and Illicit training Toolkit aimed at a wide range of professionals including health, community workers and agencies with direct contact with members of the public to raise awareness of the impact of the availability of cheap and illicit tobacco and increase reporting.