Quitline Guernsey Sessions

New Clients Sessions At PEH

Mondays:   8.30am - 9.30am
and 6pm

Tuesdays:   12pm - 1pm

Wednesdays:   6pm

Thursdays:   1pm - 2pm

Saturdays:   9.30am


Follow up sessions at PEH

Monday :   8.45am - 9.30am

and 7pm - 7.30pm

Tuesdays:   12pm - 1pm

Wednesdays :   5.15pm - 5.45pm
and 7pm - 7.30pm

Thursdays:   1pm - 2pm

Saturdays :   10.30am - 11am

Wednesdays at the

Guilles-Allès Public Library

New Clients:

Follow up clients:
12.30pm  - 1.30pm


Church on The Rock, The Bridge

Friday 11.30am - 1pm term time only


1to 1, or appointments for groups of family,
friends or work colleagues are available by
arrangement  at the PEH Monday to Saturday,

at Les Nouvelle Maritaine Thursday evenings,
in the workplace Monday – Friday.

We are also keen to open new clinics to make
the service more accessible so do speak to us
about appointments at times & locations that

would work for you.

Call 233170

It's never too late to quit

Getting older doesn’t have to mean being unhealthy.  Most of the diseases associated with older age are preventable as they are related to lifestyle.  Smoking related disease is not an inevitable result of ageing.  Why not review your lifestyle and make choices to improve your health.


Just because you have smoked for 30, 40 or even 50 years it doesn’t mean that smoking has to be a lifelong habit.  You may think that because you’ve smoked for so long there’s no point stopping now.  But this is not so – there are immediate health benefits as soon as you stub out that last cigarette, even if you already have health problems. 


Contrary to what you might think, older people have more success when they try to stop smoking.  This is even more so for smokers who already suffer from smoking related problems such as chest pain, shortness of breath and coughing.


It’s never too late to stop smoking – contact Guernsey Quitline for additional information.

The first step in quitting is to identify your reasons for wanting to quit.  Here are some benefits of stopping smoking –


You’ll reduce the risk of illness –

  • As a non-smoker you can better combat colds, flu and infections. 
  • All the major causes of death are associated with smoking – cancer, heart disease and stroke.  As soon as you stop smoking, the risks of these life-threatening diseases reduce. 
  • Smoking contributes to many other problems thought to be ‘just part of getting older’.  By stopping smoking you will reduce your risks of problems such as – osteoporosis, cataracts, gum disease, impotence, hearing and vision loss, dementia and Alzheimer’s.

You’ll live longer –

  • Research shows that the majority of older smokers who quit live longer than smokers who continue.  Stopping smoking at 65 can add 2 – 3 years and stopping over 70 can add one and half years to life.  More time to spend with your family and watch your grandchildren grow up.  And with better health you’ll enjoy life more!

Your medications will work better and operations will have less complications –

  • Many medications work better when you stop smoking.  Chemicals in cigarette smoke increase the breakdown of some drugs in the liver.  Stopping smoking will increase effectiveness of prescribed medications. 
  • If you stop before you have surgery you can reduce the high risk of complications that smoking can cause with anaesthesia.  Improved blood flow and oxygen levels will help surgical wounds to heal better. 


Clik the link to see our list of additional reasons to quit smoking – regardless of age: It is always a good idea to quit!


What do I do now?

Contact us on Telephone 233170 (this may be an answer phone but please leave a number we will get back to you as soon as possible), e-mail or turn up to one of the new client sessions  (session times are displayed on the left, underneath the menu)


I have much more Energy now!