Stop smoking service

Salford Specialist Stop Smoking Service is part of the council's health improvement service.

They've been helping people in Salford to quit or reduce smoking for over 16 years and have a very high success rate with around 50% of people they help achieving their goals.

A professional team of advisors run drop-in sessions in eight neighbourhoods across the city.

Monday

Time Venue
1pm to 3pm Pendleton Gateway, 1 Broadwalk, M6 5FX
4pm to 6pm Eccles Gateway, 28 Barton Lane, M30 0TU
5.30pm to 6.30pm Boothstown Community Centre, Standfield Drive, M28 1NB

Tuesday

Time Venue
*9.30am to 1.30pm
(Appointment only)
Ordsall Neighbourhood Centre, 2 Robert Hall Street, M5 3LT

Wednesday

Time Venue
1pm to 3pm Willow Tree Healthy Living Centre, 94 Littleton Road, Salford, M7 3SE
4.30pm to 6.30pm Walkden Gateway, 2 Smith Street, M28 3EZ

Thursday

Time Venue
9.30am to 11.30am Swinton Gateway, 100 Chorley Road, M27 6BP
10am to 12pm Little Hulton One-Stop-Shop, 42 Hulton District Centre,  M28 0BA
*12.30pm to 4.30pm
(Appointment only)
Irlam and Cadishead College, 2A Station Road Irlam M44 5ZR
Plus every third Thursday, evening appointments available up to 6:15pm
*1.30pm to 3pm
(Appointment only)
Agecroft Fire Station, Bolton Road, M27 8XS
Plus every fourth Thursday, evening appointments available up to 6:15pm
4pm to 6pm  Pendleton Gateway, 1 Broadwalk, M6 5FX

Friday

Time Venue
9.30am to 10.30am The Orchard, Langley Road South, M6 6GU
*1.30pm to 2.30pm
(Appointment only)
Broughton Hub, 50 Rigby Street, Salford, M7 4BQ

Saturday

Time Venue
*9.30am to 12.30pm
(Appointment only)
Swinton Gateway, 100 Chorley Road, M27 6BP (alternate Saturdays)

*By appointment only, please phone 0800 952 1000.

Free vouchers are available for NRT and information about E-cigs.

The advisors will also help you if you just wish to reduce the number of cigarettes you smoke and they will continue to help you after you've quit to remain smoke-free. They'll also work with you if you're planning to quit smoking in the near future. An advisor will work with you to find the best techniques and the most suitable treatment option to help you quit, as they don't believe there is one solution for everyone.

If you're really struggling to quit, the service also has a Specialist advisor who can provide more one to one support to help you tackle some of the reasons why you smoke and provide more intensive support and treatment.

The service is open to people who live or work in Salford and is free of charge.

Call 0800 952 1000 to find out more, book into a session or just come along to one of the 'drop-in' sessions.

On very rare occasions, a drop-in session may be cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances. You can check if the session you want to attend is running by calling 0800 952 1000 or email health.improvement@salford.gov.uk.

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This page was last updated on 26 September 2018

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