Wolf Point Herald

Fort Peck Tribal Health Tobacco Prevention Seeking Participants In Quit Line Discussion

 

Fort Peck Tribal Health Tobacco Use Prevention Program is hosting a focused gathering to discuss how the Montana Tobacco Quit Line can better serve the American Indian population. 

If you believe you are a good representative for your community and if you have personal experience with commercial tobacco use, cessation and/or healthcare practices, they ask that you consider applying to be a member of the focused gathering.

Chosen individuals will receive a small gift incentive for their time and participation in the discussion.

Pick up an application form at Tribal Health Tobacco Prevention building and return completed applications by Nov. 8.

Commercial tobacco takes lives. Quitting habitual commercial tobacco use saves lives and money. Individuals tend to have greater success quitting when using cessation services. How can the Montana Tobacco Quit Line better serve the American Indian population?

We are looking for interested individuals to take part in a discussion on how the Montana Quit Line can better serve the American Indian population. The information gathered from the discussion will be used to create a specific American Indian culturally competent component to the existing Quit Line.