Helping Young Smokers Quit: Identifying Best Practices for Tobacco Cessation

The Foundation's program, Helping Young Smokers Quit: Identifying Best Practices for Tobacco Cessation, was designed to evaluate and disseminate effective, developmentally appropriate cessation treatment programs for adolescents who smoke and try unsuccessfully to quit.The purpose of this project is to: (1) conduct key informant surveys in a nationally representative sample of 384 communities in the U.S. to identify existing smoking cessation programs; (2) profile identified programs through structured interviews with a knowledgeable program representative; and (3) analyze and synthesize program survey data with regard to methods, populations served, current evaluation practices, and host organization resources/constraints. These findings will guide the development of the methodology and hypotheses for the Phase II program evaluations.

Grant Details

Amount Awarded $729,988.00

Awarded on: 7/29/2002

Time frame: 8/1/2002 - 11/30/2003

Grant Number: 46472

Grantee

University of Illinois at Chicago School of Public Health

2121 West Taylor Street
MC 923
Chicago, IL, 60612-4394

312-996-6620
Website

Susan J. Curry
Project Director

319-384-1503
Email