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N-O-T Not On Tobacco Colorado

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Bob Doyle

Bob.Doyle@lung.org

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Not On Tobacco (N-O-T) is the American Lung Association's voluntary smoking cessation program for teens 14-19. Over the 10-week program, participants learn to identify their reasons for smoking, healthy alternatives to tobacco use, and people who will support them in their efforts to quit.

The best thing about N-O-T? It really works. N-O-T is a structured approach to smoking cessation based on the social cognitive theory. Studies of 12,000 teens participating in the N-O-T program nationally found that approximately 90 percent of the teens enrolled in the N-O-T program either quit smoking or cut back.

The American Lung Association provides:

  • Free Facilitator Certification training
  • All curriculum materials
  • Swaggy incentives for youth participants
  • Funds to support implementation
  • $100 thank you stipend for each group facilitated

Interested in becoming a N-O-T Facilitator? Register for an upcoming Facilitator Certification Training:

There currently are no trainings at this time, please contact Bob Doyle to schedule a training.

Follow the links below for more information.

See N-O-T recruitments videos!

30-second youth commercial

Video for school faculty

2015-2016 N-O-T Program Summary

Check out a list of participating counties!

N-O-T Facilitator Summit

This summit will give future N-O-T facilitators the opportunity to learn how to get N-O-T off the ground at their school, network with other N-O-T facilitators, and learn from other facilitators about challenges and successes. Attendees will also get the latest information on tobacco, e-cigarettes, and marijuana. Lunch and 5 CEU hours provided. Mileage and sub-teacher pay is available.

N-O-T Facilitator Summit Registration

 N-O-T Facilitator Reports:

 N-O-T Facilitator Resources:

For additional information about the N-O-T Program, contact us.

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