Government of New Brunswick

Call Go Smoke-Free NB 1-866-366-3667 for free, confidential support to quit or reduce smoking.

  • Clinical nicotine addiction specialists are available to listen to you, without judgment, and offer one-on-one guidance to help you quit or reduce smoking your own way. Telephone support can be used with other services to increase your chances of success!
  •  Find out more about Go Smoke-Free NB by visiting their website: www.gosmokefree.gc.ca/quit

Read this self-help resource from Health Canada:  On the Road to Quitting: Guide to becoming a non–smoker.

  • This guide will give you the information and skills you need to successfully stop smoking or using smokeless tobacco. It suggests ways you can prepare to quit, explains what to expect during your quit attempt and provides tips to help you deal with withdrawal and stress along the way. As a self-help guide, you can work through it at your own pace to help you prepare for a successful quit attempt.

Talk to your health care provider about Nicotine Replacement therapies like the gum, the patch or lozenges.  They double your chance of being successful!

  • Your drug plan may cover come medications to help you quit. Call them to find out more.

Check out Break it Off, a campaign to help young adults (20-24 years) quit smoking and stay smoke-free.

  • The website Break it Off.ca and the mobile app feature tips and tools for young adults who are thinking of quitting smoking, have already started the process, or want to support a friend or loved one on their quit smoking journey.
  • Connect with Break it Off on Facebook @BreakitOffCA and follow them on Instagram @BreakItOffCA

Find out how to provide a safe, supportive and healthy environment for employees by reinforcing healthy lifestyle behaviours such as living tobacco free.

The following resources from Health Canada can be used as part of a comprehensive wellness program or as initiatives on their own:

Learn more about tobacco-free living from the New Brunswick Anti-Tobacco Coalition (NBATC)

  •  Visit nbatc.ca for information, resources and inspiring stories about being tobacco-free in NB.
  • Check out their Facebook page @LiveTobaccoFreeNB which educates, encourages and empowers New Brunswickers to live tobacco-free.
  • Follow them on Twitter @NBATC_CATNB for news and information about tobacco-free living in New Brunswick.