You Quit Two Quit

You Quit Two Quit aims to ensure that there is a comprehensive system in place to screen and treat tobacco use in women, pregnant women, and postpartum mothers. You Quit Two Quit focuses on low-income women, new mothers, and recidivism prevention. Project activities include increasing the number of providers who screen, advise, and refer patients to the North Carolina Quitline, distributing patient and provider education materials statewide, developing best-practice, sustainable, community based smoking cessation projects for women, pregnant women, and new moms, and creating continuity of care by focusing on the preconception, prenatal and perinatal periods, and including an emphasis on preventing postpartum relapse and eliminating second-hand smoke exposure.

The University of North Carolina Center for Maternal and Infant Health (CMIH) in partnership with the Women and Tobacco Coalition for Health and the North Carolina Division of Public Health Tobacco Prevention and Control Branch, 2014

Evidence Rating: II

Cost: Funded by US Dept. of HHS

Additional Info:


Tobacco Cessation

Perinatal Periods:

Parenting Postpartum Pre-/Inter-conception Prenatal

Resource types:

Demonstration project

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