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Let's face it, smoking has affected your health, why not tell your story?
You could help thousands of people finally get that motivation to quit!

How do I know if I qualify?

Are you...

  • An ex-smoker who quit all tobacco products at least six months ago?
  • Able to travel for filming?
  • Willing to submit to a background check?
  • Willing to have your doctor sign a legal statement verifying that smoking caused or contributed to your health condition?

When is this due?

No later than May 30th, 2014.


Who do I contact?

Mimi Webb Miller Casting
Email: CDCTips@gmail.com
Toll free: (855) 332-7277

Tell your story, find out more details and get applying,



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Tobacco-free in 2013, a Chat with the New Voice Club

January 3rd, 2013
7PM-8PM

For more information on this chat, click here.


New Voice Club at Borough of Manhattan
Community College (BMCC)



On November 17, 2012, three members of the New Voice Club of the Niagara Frontier were invited to discuss their respective experiences at the Borough of Manhattan Community College (BMCC). Members of the club graciously volunteer their time to visit schools and motivate students to quit smoking, or better yet, to never start smoking at all. Joe, Carl and Clarence shared their stories of hope and inspiration, while conveying their personal consequences of tobacco use. Over 200 students, faculty, staff and volunteers were deeply touched by their powerful cautionary messages. One student was so motivated to quit smoking that he immediately threw out his pack of cigarettes. The speakers express their gratitude to the BMCC Health Education Department and Professor Irasema De Jesus, who made this event possible. We send our warmest thanks to Joe, Carl and Clarence for sharing their experiences and making a difference in the lives of others.


New Voice Club of The Niagara Frontier
NIGHT AT COCA-COLA FIELD!

Monday, August 27th 7pm
Gates open at 6:00pm

Come join the fun! Meet the New Voice Club, get inspired to quit smoking and see New Voice Club member, Carl DePalma throw the first pitch! Free stop smoking materials provided and 50/50 drawing available.

For more information on this event, click here.


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"A Chat With Joe"

June 5th, 2012
6:30PM-7:30PM

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New Voice Club Basket Raffle at Niagara County Community College (NCC)

On Monday, April 23rd, students from the Substance Abuse Interventions class at Niagara County Community College, hosted a basket drawing to raise funds for the New Voice Club of the Niagara Frontier. The New Voice Club is a not‐ for‐ profit community support group for laryngectomees and head and neck cancer survivors. They conduct meetings, activities and provide information for those who lost their larynx, oral structures and /or any

head and neck function due to cancer. The basket drawing for the New Voice Club was a HUGE SUCCESS, with 31 baskets and $580.00 raised. Funds raised will go to support a loan closet where supplies for laryngectomees are available for those in need, as well as to help defray costs incurred with the visitation and onsite school programs, where members talk with young adults about the dangers of tobacco products. New Voice members were on hand to answer questions and provide encourage for tobacco users to become tobacco free. They even took time to speak with the school’s baseball team, who have about 85% of the players using chew! In addition to raising money, the day was filled with conversation, laughter, inspiration and hope.





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