ALLIANCE FOR THE PREVENTION AND TREATMENT OF NICOTINE ADDICTION

Supporting Tobacco-Free Recovery in Virginia

The Alliance for the Prevention and Treatment of Nicotine Addiction Corporation is a 501(c)3 nonprofit education organization founded in 1998.† APTNA is governed by a five-member volunteer Board of Directors and managed by a salaried part-time Executive Director.

From inception through March 2015, APTNA provided training and resources to medical, dental and behavioral healthcare providers that focused on reducing tobacco use among high-risk populations through implementation of evidence-based tobacco use and dependence interventions.† The majority of APTNAís funding during this period was from the Virginia Department of Health Tobacco Use Control Project, with additional grants received from the Virginia Center on Aging, Virginia Department of Corrections, Wellpoint Anthem, and Pfizer.

Beginning in April 2015, APTNA is devoting itís time and resources to activities that support tobacco-free recovery in partnership with a Virginia peer-based nonprofit organization, Roads to Recovery.

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