Kaiser Permanente offers advice to parents and caregivers on how to talk to youth about tobacco, drugs, and alcohol.
Kaiser Permanente's resource on teen substance use including prevention strategies, signs of substance abouse, and treatment options.
Kaiser Permanente presents a short article using teen-friendly language focused on reasons to quit tobacco use.
The Office of the Surgeon General has created this website with tools and information about the risks of e-cigarettes for young people.
Stanford Medicine, together with educators, parents, and researchers, has created a set of theory-based and evidence-informed resources aimed at preventing middle and high school students’ use of tobacco and nicotine.
This guide from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration is aimed at supporting health care providers, systems, and communities seeking to prevent vaping.
CDC’s Office on Smoking and Health (OSH) is the lead federal agency for comprehensive tobacco prevention and control. Their webpages offer a number of resources focused on reducing and preventing tobacco use, particularly in youth.
The Alliance for a Healthier Generation developed a comprehensive tobacco-free district model policy, administrative rules, and code of conduct language that addresses restrictions required by federal law and guidance to manage specific considerations around the commercial use of tobacco products…
This free and anonymous text messaging program from Truth Initiative is designed to help young people quit vaping. The first-of-its-kind quit program incorporates messages from other young people like them who have attempted to, or successfully quit, e-cigarettes.
This series of e-learning modules focuses on the facts about e-cigarettes, the history of tobacco companies’ manipulative marketing tactics, the danger of nicotine addiction, and the keys to self-care and quitting.