Tobacco Education

The Tobacco Education and Prevention Program promotes best practice tobacco control policies within our community. Educational and cessation resources are also available for parents, youth, school staff, medical providers, and community members.

The Tobacco Education & Prevention Program offers the following resources and services in Montezuma County.

  • For Businesses: signs and educational resources about the Colorado Clean Indoor Air Act;
  • Secondhand Smoke and Vaping information for parents, childcare providers, and medical providers;
  • Support for schools in strengthening their tobacco-free school’s policies;
  • General Resources for the community including posters, signs, and Quit-line referrals.

Visit the links below for more information.


Baby and Me Tobacco Free is a program for pregnant mothers who smoke and wish to quit. Participants attend four prenatal quit smoking sessions that provide them with positive encouragement to quit their tobacco addiction. Participants agree to quit smoking and stay quit during their pregnancy and to take a monthly breath test to prove they are tobacco-free. An incentive for mothers to stay tobacco-free after their baby is born is monthly vouchers for free diapers, for up to 12 months.


For more information on Baby and Me Tobacco Free, contact us at 970-565-3056, or by

Contact Tobacco Prevention

Megan Bradley, Tobacco Prevention Program Health Educator
Montezuma County Annex
106 West North
Cortez, CO 81321

Phone: (970) 565-3056

Tobacco Prevention Program Health Educator

Megan Bradley
Contact Montezuma County Tobacco Prevention Program Health Educator