WANT TO QUIT SMOKING??
Smokers’ Help Line – 1-877-513-5333 or ONLINE http://smokershelpline.ca/
Operated by the Canadian Cancer Society – a free support line with counseling and advice, available in English, French and over 100 other languages through interpreters.
The line operates: Monday–Thursday: 8:00 a.m.–9:00 p.m., Friday:8:00 am–6:00 pm Saturday–Sunday:9:00 am–5:00 pm
The website features support, tips, advice and resources for those who want to quit, are thinking about quitting or want to help another person quit, and those who are not ready to quit.
This website is dedicated to pregnant women who smoke: information, resources, and forum.
Motherisk 1-877-439-2744 toll-free or http://motherisk.org/
This website is for pregnant women – general advice for drugs including tobacco in pregnancy.
Waterloo Public Health – 519-575-4400 http://chd.region.waterloo.on.ca/en/healthylivinghealthprotection/smoking.asp
• Public Health Nurse – smoking cessation advice and information on local resources.
• Group programs are also offered at Public Health – these are often successful because of the support and motivation offered by group members.
• The website offers online materials, self-help resources and tips.
Free App for quitting: http://www.crushthecrave.ca/
An interactive app for various devices: motivation and support for quitting.
Aboriginal Tobacco Program: http://www.tobaccowise.com/
This website offers programming and resources for Aboriginal Communities to reduce tobacco use, engage in sports and encourage healthy lifestyles.keep-calm-and-stop-smoking-26
Eat Right Ontario – get answers to your nutrition questions. Talk to or email a Registered Dietitian for FREE
EaTracker – Use eaTracker to check your food and activity choices, analyze your recipes and plan your meals!
Dietitians of Canada – National association of Canadian Registered Dietitians that provide resources for consumers and health professionals