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Not On Tobacco (N-O-T) is a state-of-the-art teen smoking cessation, school-based program. Teens are taught by a certified N-O-T facilitator on how to manage nicotine withdrawal and prevent relapse by using a life-skills approach. Teens learn how to apply what they are learning in the sessions to other aspects of their lives. All this is presented in a teen-friendly, gender-sensitive curriculum. By utilizing N-O-T, schools can provide an educational, total-health program to help students quit smoking. Schools can initiate this program by having a program facilitator trained by the ALA.

Help the students in your school or community group become tobacco-free with the American Lung Association’s Not On Tobacco (N-O-T) program - become a certified N-O-T facilitator today! To lean more about becoming a N-O-T facilitator please contact Liz Hall at the American Lung Association in Idaho.

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