Stop Smoking

Use this guide to find information and support to help you stop smoking

Help to quit

When trying to quit, you're four times more likely to succeed with treatment which combines behavioural support and medication than if you were to ‘go it alone’. Thankfully, there is lots of support available for Lambeth smokers who want to quit.

Stop Smoking London

For tips and support, visit Stop Smoking London's website.

You can also call their helpline for access to good quality, free specialist advice on how to stop smoking. Lines are open Monday-Friday, 9.00am-8.00pm and Saturday and Sunday 11.00am-4.00pm.

Local pharmacy service

Participating pharmacies offer face-to-face or remote support as well as nicotine replacement therapy (NRT) or medication. You'll be able to access free one-to-one support during the first six weeks of your journey to become smoke-free, along with up to 12 weeks' worth of NRT supply and Champix.

Osbon Pharmacy143 Lambeth Walk, London SE11 6EE
Harfleur Chemist219-221 Clapham Rd, London SW9 9BE
Kingshield Pharmacy387 Brixton Rd, London SW9 7DE 
Philips Pharmacy70A Clarence Ave, London SW4 8JP 
New Park Pharmacy85 New Park Rd, Brixton Hill, London SW2 4ES
 Boss Pharmacy85 Bedford Rd, London SW4 7RD
Day Lewis Pharmacy Streatham9a Gracefield Gardens, London SW16 2SZ 
Elmcourt Pharmacy220 Norwood Rd, Norwood, London SE27 9AQ

Lambeth Stop Smoking service

You can refer yourself to the specialist Stop Smoking service if you are from one of the 'at-risk' groups below:

  • Diagnosed with one or more long-term conditions, including mental illness.
  • Pregnant women and their partners.
  • Parents with children aged five or under.
  • Smokers considered to be complicated cases, such as chronic smokers.

Contact Lambeth Stop Smoking service

For more information, visit the Stop Smoking service web page.

During your initial appointment, your Stop Smoking specialist will take you through the stages of stopping, including preparing to stop, actually stopping and staying stopped.

You'll have a minimum of six weeks' free one-to-one behavioural support in your journey to become smoke-free. Your specialist will help and support you in your choice and use of Nicotine Replacement Therapy (NRT) or Champix medication. You can access this service face to face or remotely.

Self-help resources

It often takes more than one attempt to quit smoking. The good news is that research tells us that combining methods makes you more likely to succeed, even if you choose to go it alone.