Treatment Programmes

We offer a range of treatments to help you kick smoking tobacco for good

Our service is free and open to all.

We are staffed by specialist Practitioners who have received intensive training in supporting people to quit. They have many years of experience between them.

Evidence has shown that you are far more likely to succeed in quitting if you receive this type of support than if you try to go it alone.

We provide intensive behavioural and stop tobacco medication such as Nicotine Replacement Therapy (NRT) and Champix on prescription. We also have extensive experience with e-cigarettes. We do not provide them but can offer advice and guidance on using them.


E-Cigarettes (Vape)

E-cigarettes are also known as vaporisers, e-shishas or e-pens. They are battery-powered devices that vaporise ‘e-liquid’.
E-liquid contains water, propylene glycol, flavourings, and usually, though not always, nicotine. It does not contain any tobacco.


There is no burning involved in e-cigs, so there is no smoke or harmful products such as tar and carbon monoxide present.

Reduce Risks

Switching from smoking to vaping) e-cigarette reduces the risks of smoking by at least 95%.

Help Available

Your chance of successfully quitting smoking using e-cigarettes will be greatly increased if you receive expert guidance during your quit attempt.


Always buy e-cigarettes and e-liquids which comply with European Consumer Protection and EU Tobacco Products Directive (TPD) regulations.


Nicotine Replacement Therapy

Nicotine replacement therapies (NRT), include patches, gum, lozenges, microtabs, inhalators and nasal sprays.

Cigarettes contain nicotine. By smoking regularly and over a long period of time, your body becomes dependent on it. Giving up smoking can cause nicotine withdrawal symptoms, which include cravings, headaches, feeling irritable and not being able to sleep. Stop smoking medicines like NRT can help you manage these withdrawal symptoms.

Replacing Smoke

NRT gives you some nicotine, but without all the harmful stuff like tar, cyanide and carbon monoxide.


It is safer to use licensed nicotine-containing products than to smoke. Licensed nicotine-containing products will be considerably less harmful than smoking.


Nicotine patches work well for most regular smokers and can be worn round the clock

Nicotine Gum

Gum can be helpful because it provides short bursts of nicotine.



Champix (varenicline) is a prescription-only medicine, which can significantly increase your chances of successfully quitting smoking. It mimics the effect of nicotine on the body, and therefore relieves the withdrawal symptoms associated with quitting, particularly the urge to smoke.


Evidence suggests that if you use Champix to quit smoking, you are three times more likely to succeed than if you quit using willpower alone.

Who can use it

Champix cannot be prescribed to pregnant women or people with certain pre-existing health conditions.

Treatment Period

The treatment period is up to eight weeks. You need to start taking Champix one week before your quit date, and you should continue to smoke during this week.

Possible Side-effects

The most common side effect of taking Champix is mild to moderate nausea (feeling sick) shortly after taking a tablet. This may be alleviated by taking the medication just after a meal, with a glass of water.

Free Consultation

If you’re ready to quit smoking and want to speak to one of our advisors, get in touch today.