The National African American Tobacco Education Network (NAATEN) is a collaborative of national African American Stakeholders that have an interest in establishing or augmenting tobacco prevention and control activities within their organizations, as well as, the African American community.
To eliminate tobacco use in the African American community by serving as leader and unified voice on a national level and engage African American organizations in preventing and reducing tobacco use.
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Leadership: Collaborate with other organizations to train leaders in tobacco control, advocacy, policy change, and leadership.
Faith-based: Provide technical assistance on tobacco control policies within African American faith-based institutions and groups.
Clinical: Assist physicians, clinics, and hospitals to integrate tobacco cessation information into their clinical guidelines.
Technical Assistance: Provide technical assistance nationally to organizations to increase their capacity to deliver tobacco control programs to African Americans.
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