The Tasmanian Quitline 13 7848 is a service delivered by Quit Tasmania whose vision is a Tasmania free from tobacco and its harmful effects.
The Quitline is a culturally-sensitive, confidential telephone information and counselling service for people who want to quit smoking.
Calling the Quitline can increase your chances of successfully quitting smoking.
Free information and support is available for those wanting to quit smoking through the Quitline telephone support service (13 78 48).
We also provide information and resources to the wider community, including health and community service providers, so that they may help promote a smoke free lifestyle to all Tasmanians.
Who this service is for
Anybody who wants to quit smoking.
How this service is delivered
Call or visit us online
You can call us, email us, arrange a call back or request a Quit pack.
Quitline Referral Form
To refer a patient or client to Quitline, simply download the Quitline Referral Form, or visit our website for an online version.Download Brochure
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