Since 2004, NAQC has conducted a survey of quitlines in North America. The information collected in the survey advances our understanding of quitline operations and services. By sharing information about quitline financing, counseling interventions, medication provision, utilization, staffing and evaluation, quitlines contribute greatly to the field. Aggregate results are shared with the quitline community and partners and help achieve NAQC's mission of promoting evidence based quitline services across diverse communities in North America.
NEW: FY 2011 and 2012 BUDGET SURVEY IS NOW OPEN! Survey deadline extended until September 15!
NEW: Budget Survey Questions and Answers (updated September 12, 2011), click here
Only one person from each quitline should complete the eight-question budget survey. If you are the correct person from your quitline, please go to https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/BC5KJVD to start the survey. As soon as possible, please enter your contact information on the first page so we can monitor any duplicate surveys for the same quitline.
Note: If you have received a survey link but have not yet opened the survey to complete your contact information, please do so as soon as possible. While most respondents will be able to come back to the survey at any time to complete additional questions, there are a few systems where Survey Monkey is not able to recognize a computer as having started the survey already due to firewall or cookie settings. To determine whether your computer system is one of these, follow the instructions on the opening page of the survey.
To access a PDF copy of the survey questions, click here.
For technical questions about the survey, please contact Natalia Gromov at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For questions about survey content, please contact Jessie Saul at email@example.com.
The information from this survey will be used by NAQC and its advocacy partners to:
A. Continue to make the case for maintaining and increasing quitline funding; and
B. Monitor and report on quitline funding trends over time