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

Smoking and Pregnancy

Stopping smoking is the most important thing you can do for you and for your baby.
Chemicals found in cigarettes restrict the blood supply to your baby so that their heart has to work harder every time you smoke.

Guernsey Quitline has a Specialist Advisor for expectant mums and their families. We offer 1-1 confidential support and can arrange appointments at a time and place which is mutually convenient. 

You can ask your GP or Midwife to contact us on your behalf or alternatively, you can call us Tel:233170 or email us.

We will arrange to see you each week and offer you support and advice to help you quit. Nicotine Replacement Therapy is now available to use during pregnancy and we can liaise with your Obstetrician to organise this for you. 

Smoking during and after pregnancy harms both mother and baby. Some of the harmful effects include:

 Stop Smoking An increased risk of miscarriage and stillbirth 
Stop Smoking Increased risk of premature delivery (before 34 weeks)
Stop Smoking Lower birth weight 
Stop Smoking Asthma and glue ear (which can result in deafness)


Good reasons to quit


You reduce the risk of miscarriage or bleeding


You reduce the risk of baby developing breathing problems within the first 6 months


You lower the risk of cot death


You improve your chances of a healthier pregnancy  


Your baby is brought up in a smoke free atmosphere


You will have a healthier child/ children who are less likely to smoke


You will save money


If you want to quit we want to help.

Contact us on Tel: 233170 or email us.


I am so glad I quit!