Quitting smoking lets you feel good about what you've done for yourself and your family.
The You Quit Two Quit Project is implemented by the University of North Carolina Center for Maternal and Infant Health in partnership with the Women and Tobacco Coalition for Health, the NC Division of Public Health Tobacco Prevention and Control Branch, and Community Care of The Lower Cape Fear. The project is funded by the US Department of Health and Human Services Office of Women's Health. The goal of the You Quit Two Quit project is to ensure that there is a comprehensive system in place to screen and treat tobacco use in women, pregnant and postpartum mothers. This project is unique in its focus on low-income women, new mothers and recidivism prevention.