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Program Evaluation Toolkit

How is our program working?
A toolkit for evaluating your youth smoking cessation program

Helping Young Smokers Quit has designed an evaluation toolkit for providers of youth smoking cessation programs. The toolkit will help program administrators do a basic evaluation of their program to figure out the ways it affects the young smokers who take part in it.

This toolkit is the first of its kind and offers many advantages:

  • Easy-to-use evaluation methods
  • Simple step-by-step instructions
  • Automatically generated reports
  • Suggestions for interpreting results

Once completed, the toolkit will provide an overall picture of the changes in behavior among program participants, and their perspectives on a variety of program aspects.

To Download the Toolkit

Before downloading the program evaluation toolkit, please note:

  1. The step-by-step "Toolkit Installation Instructions" should be read carefully before downloading.
  2. The program evaluation toolkit is a self-contained, 1.6 MB product that will be housed on your computer. You do not need Internet access to use the toolkit.
  3. The program evaluation toolkit is intended for use with PCs only; it is not compatible with Mac computers. 

To begin downloading the free program evaluation toolkit, click on the links below.

Step One: Toolkit Installation Instructions  (648KB PDF )       

Step Two: Download Program Evaluation Toolkit (1.6 MB exe file)


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The Helping Young Smokers Quit National Program Office has closed. Helping Young Smokers Quit was supported by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF), the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and the National Cancer Institute (NCI) from 2001 through 2010. Program direction was provided by the Institute for Health Research and Policy, University of Illinois at Chicago. The contents of this Web site are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of NCI, CDC or RWJF. © 2010.