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Parents and caregivers advice to manage a smoke free home

Making your home smoke-free will protect your family from developing health problems from breathing in second-hand smoke. Second-hand smoke is a mixture of the smoke that comes directly from a cigarette, and the smoke that a person breathes out while smoking.

When you make your home smoke-free, everyone will be healthier and safer.  Use our leaflets to help you create a smoke free home. 

PDF Document Information sheet for Parents and Care Givers (PDF, 55KB)Opens new window

PDF Document Smoke Free Home Leaflet (PDF, 4MB)Opens new window

PDF Document Step Outside to Smoke! (PDF, 431KB)Opens new window

If you decide to quit smoking completely then there are a number of places that can provide support.  Stop Smoking WalesOpens new window and NHS SmokefreeOpens new window offer a variety of support  including advisers, free apps, quit kits and text or email support so you can find the best for you.  You can also join in with others and pledge to stop smoking on the Quit for WalesOpens new window website.

This free support has been designed to be used alongside stop smoking services. You are four times more likely to quit with support from a service like Stop Smoking Wales than any other way. For more advice on how to stop smoking or to book an appointment call 0800 0852219 or visit www.stopsmokingwales.comOpens new window.

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