Quit Smoking in Pregnancy

We support pregnant women and their families who want to quit smoking. Midwives and other health professionals provide quit smoking advice, information and support during pre and post-natal care.

This can include a sample of free nicotine products (such as patches and gum) and other quit smoking aids. Support and advice are also provided to anyone living with pregnant women.

For more information or to make a referral, please contact Janet:

T: 02 4221 6780
E: janet.jackson@health.nsw.gov.au


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To refer to the Quitline, fax a referral form to (02) 9698 2740:


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If you are working with pregnant women, subscribe to our No Butts Baby e-news to keep updated on what is happening in the program.

This short video dispels some of the myths about smoking and quitting while pregnant.


This animation provides options to pregnant women to help make quitting less stressful and discusses products available to reduce cravings. 


Both videos have been developed in partnership with NSW Health. They will be shown to women during antenatal visits with their midwife and played in hospital and community health centre waiting rooms.

If you are pregnant and would like to quit smoking, speak to your midwife, download the 'Quit for You - Quit for Two' App or call the Quitline on 13 78 48.