Hard copies of Quitline's publications (such as The Quit Book) can be ordered for free from the Health Ed website https://www.healthed.govt.nz/. Click on the links below to go directly to the publication.
Click here for a step by step guide outlining how to order resources from the Health Ed website.
The Quit Book
This booklet is designed to support and motivate people throughout the quitting journey. It’s packed with information including strategies and tips for quitting, real-life stories and a Q&A section. The Quit Book was developed by Quitline and Learning Media Publishers and went through a thorough testing process with consumers and stakeholders.
Me Mutu Tātou
Me Mutu Tatou is a fully bi-lingual booklet to help Māori smokers quit. It aims to deliver support in a way that is culturally relevant and accessible and is based around the principles of Mason Durie’s Te Pae Mahutonga. The key aspects of this are Mauriora (cultural identity), Waiora (physical environment), Toiora (healthy lifestyles) and Te oranga (participation in society).
I Quit Smoking for Baby and Me
This resource is intended for smoking cessation providers to use with pregnant women who are thinking about quitting smoking. It contains information about the benefits of quitting for women and their babies, and offers information about where to find help and support. It also contains a magnetised photo frame that can be placed on a fridge with a scan/photo of their baby as a motivator to quit and remain smokefree
Leaflet on Quitline services
The Beat the smoking addiction flyer provides a handy guide to Quitline’s services.
How about putting up a poster to inspire people to quit smoking?
4 Ds wallet card
This handy wallet card outlines the four Ds for giving up smoking and quitting cigarettes for good.
Time to Quit
This publication is for smokers who are thinking about quitting but are not quite there yet.
If you would like to view these resources in PDF format, please go to our Info Resources page.