- Let's do this togetherWhether you're considering quitting smoking, or have made the decision to quit smoking, the help you are looking for is right here.
AlbertaQuits can help you stop smoking
AlbertaQuits Online offers you FREE web-based support 24/7.
As a AlbertaQuits member you will receive a personalized dashboard, supportive timely notifications, interactive activities, a guided quit plan and community support.
FREE personalized support from trained Cessation Counsellor.
Open 8am - 8pm seven days a week our Cessation Counsellor will help you develop a quit plan, deal with cravings, and provide ongoing support to keep you motivated.
Get 24/7 support whenever you need it, wherever you are.
Our text program delivers evidence-based, supportive messages based on your quit date. You can use keywords at any time for additional support.
- Group support
Get the support of a group under the guidance of a professional.
Come together to share your experiences, struggles and milestones with one another. Hear from other people just like you and share in each others strengths.
AlbertaQuits wants to stamp out smoking across Alberta
The numbers speak for themselves:
Who is it for?
If you currently smoke and are looking for help to quit, or have recently quit and are looking for support, you are in the right place. Want to support a friend or family member? We have you covered. Are you a healthcare professional who wants to make a difference? We have the tools you need.
- ?"We had moved in to our new place in 2011 and I realized the stairs were steep. My basement was my walk in from outside, so only laundry, storage, entertainment room downstairs and a bathroom, everything upstairs. Well after going..."
- ?"I thought it was cool and if I wanted to meet young ladies in the bar I needed to smoke so I started. It was not long when I was smoking a pack a day and it was part of..."
- B"Hey, this is day 1. I'm taking Champix, for a week now. Real cravings have subsided, but I'm having trouble with "association" smoking. Having morning coffee, but worse, I'm on pain medication and have always smoked heavily on those bad..."
- "5 years: I smoked for 15 years (from age 14). It took me several attempts but once the decision was made it stuck. My quit was a lifestyle change and about autonomy, health, and growing up. Since I quit, I..."
- M"Working on day 9 with no cigarettes and how do I feel? I'm not excited or proud....not yet. Over my 35 years of smoking I have "quit" smoking at least 10 times. I can get to about 2 months then..."
A big part of your success is going to be leaning on others. Don't worry you will be helping others too. The community, the stories, the quit coaches. They all work together to build success.
Increase your chances of success by getting involved.