The Navajo County Tobacco Education and Prevention Program is dedicated to the improvement
of the health and welfare of Navajo County citizens. Through education, we raise
awareness of the dangers of tobacco and the harmful effects on our community. Through
Prevention and Cessation Services, we are committed to keeping youth tobacco free
and reducing or eliminating dependency on tobacco products through ASHLine services
and relapse prevention programs.
Education and Prevention
Our staff teaches approved curriculums that provide education regarding active refusal
skills, self esteem, and knowledge regarding the dangers of tobacco, alcohol, and
drugs. We also offer one-time presentations and diversion classes. These services
are available to schools, small and large private groups, daycares, etc.
We provide policy information, guidance, and merchant education.
TEPP is staffed with a Program Manager and Health Educators.
Our staff is certified in Basic Tobacco Intervention Skills and Basic Tobacco Intervention
Skills for Native American Health.
Our staff educates community members in understanding the dangers of tobacco and
provides resources for cessation services.
Our staff is well trained and highly motivated in working to prevent the use of
tobacco and educating the public about its harmful effects.
To dramatically reduce tobacco use and tobacco related diseases by mobilizing the
media and empowering our county youth. To motivate the public, through education,
about the benefits of smoke-free societies and by supporting a smoke-free lifestyle
and environment. To motivate the public to support the Smoke-Free Arizona Act and
the enforcement of laws prohibiting youth tobacco sales.
For more information please stop by, call, or email our staff in our
You can also call the Arizona Smokers’ Helpline (ASHLine) at
1-800-55-66-222 or visit their Web site