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Here are the resources we found for smoking for parents and families:

Webpage

Help Your Teenager Quit Smoking

This resource is freely available through the Relate website. The information sheet gives parents advice on helping their teenager stop smoking, and is made up of 8 sections, get their view, give your teen the facts, help them make a plan, get rid of temptation, get help from your GP, help them stay active, be their champion and celebrate success.

E-Cigarettes and Vaping: A Parent’s Guide

There’s been a lot of media coverage recently regarding the prevalence of e-cigarettes and their use amongst young people. Unlike tobacco, e-cigarettes can be bought on almost any high street as well as online, gradually increasing their popularity among the British populations.

Video

Precious Time

Time. We never have enough time. Why would you chose to shorten it by smoking? This video shares the importance of stopping smoking. It aims to stop young people picking up the habit of smoking and encourages pre-existing smokers to quit.

Organisation

SmokeFree

SmokeFree is an NHS funded service that aims to help people stop smoking because there is only one you. They offer expert led advice on quitting which is proven to work. They offer support through email, application, text, in person and through messenger.

Webpage

Help Your Teenager Quit Smoking

This resource is freely available through the Relate website. The information sheet gives parents advice on helping their teenager stop smoking, and is made up of 8 sections, get their view, give your teen the facts, help them make a plan, get rid of temptation, get help from your GP, help them stay active, be their champion and celebrate success.

E-Cigarettes and Vaping: A Parent’s Guide

There’s been a lot of media coverage recently regarding the prevalence of e-cigarettes and their use amongst young people. Unlike tobacco, e-cigarettes can be bought on almost any high street as well as online, gradually increasing their popularity among the British populations.

Organisation

SmokeFree

SmokeFree is an NHS funded service that aims to help people stop smoking because there is only one you. They offer expert led advice on quitting which is proven to work. They offer support through email, application, text, in person and through messenger.

Video

Precious Time

Time. We never have enough time. Why would you chose to shorten it by smoking? This video shares the importance of stopping smoking. It aims to stop young people picking up the habit of smoking and encourages pre-existing smokers to quit.

Organisation

SmokeFree

SmokeFree is an NHS funded service that aims to help people stop smoking because there is only one you. They offer expert led advice on quitting which is proven to work. They offer support through email, application, text, in person and through messenger.

Webpage

Help Your Teenager Quit Smoking

This resource is freely available through the Relate website. The information sheet gives parents advice on helping their teenager stop smoking, and is made up of 8 sections, get their view, give your teen the facts, help them make a plan, get rid of temptation, get help from your GP, help them stay active, be their champion and celebrate success.

E-Cigarettes and Vaping: A Parent’s Guide

There’s been a lot of media coverage recently regarding the prevalence of e-cigarettes and their use amongst young people. Unlike tobacco, e-cigarettes can be bought on almost any high street as well as online, gradually increasing their popularity among the British populations.