Your nurse, doctor or pharmacist

Clinical and Community Health Professionals

•  These health professionals can  offer helpful advice and inform you about nicotine replacement therapy (gum, patch, inhaler) or other stop smoking medication.


Our Own Health Centre offers group smoking cessation counselling and personal cessation counselling.



Regional Pulmonary Rehabilitation Program

The Winnipeg Regional Health Authority

P: (204) 831-2181

F: (204) 940-8633

•  Available by referral only from your health care provider.

•  This free, 8 week education and exercise program can help improve the quality of life for people living with lung disease by teaching stop smoking strategies, patient self- management and exercises.

Commit to Quit

Sponsored by

The Winnipeg Regional Health Authority

•  Commit to Quit is a smoking cessation group program designed for adults. A trained facilitator assists participants to learn skills and techniques to be smoke free.

•  Cost: Free of charge.

Individual or Group Quit Smoking Assistance

Northern RHA only

Contact: Deanna Johnson, Tobacco Reduction Coordinator

P: 1-204-681-3143

E: [email protected]

•  Individual quit smoking assistance.

Tobacco Dependence Clinic

Brandon, Manitoba

P: (204) 578-4200

•  Offers one-on-one free counseling sessions for smokers trying to quit.

•  Call to make an appointment or to talk to the counselor.

Break It Off Website and App

Canadian Cancer Society

•  This website is young adult focused and provides useful information on how to quit tobacco use with a “break up” theme. There is also an app available on Apple and Android phones.

Manitoba Quits

The Manitoba Lung Association


•  The Manitoba Lung Association invites you to quit for a day, a week or a month, during the month of April and celebrate the achievement by going for a walk on Sunday, April 30, 2017 with others who have done the same.

Smoker's Helpline and Smoker's Helpline Online

Canadian Cancer Society

P: (866) 366-3667

•  A free confidential toll-free help line staffed with trained professionals who can offer advice and support in a non-judgmental manner.

The Quit Crowd

The Quit Crowd is a diverse and welcoming community of Manitobans looking to quit smoking or stay smoke-free found on Facebook.