Black Hills Center for American Indian Health


The Southwest Navajo Tobacco Education Prevention Project (SNTEPP) was founded in 2005 in partnership with the Navajo Nation. SNTEPP overall mission is to improve the health of Navajo people living in the Navajo Nation through culturally relevant commercial tobacco prevention and education activities. SNTEPP’s primarily focus includes commercial tobacco prevention, cessation, research, advocacy, and policy development, while respecting the cultural and ceremonial practices associated with ceremonial tobacco use among American Indians. SNTEPP involves educating Native youth about the dangers of commercial tobacco use and exposure to secondhand smoke through training, prevention, and education initiatives with the Air is Life Youth Coalition.

SNTEPP Collaborates

Contact SNTEPP for future collaboration.