Brief Risk Reduction Interview and Intervention Model (BRRIIM)

Stanford Tobacco Toolkit, Healthy Futures is a comprehensive curriculum  are geared for students who have been caught using e-cigarettes (or really any tobacco product) and/or for any students who are interested in trying to quit.  




BRRIIM, the Brief Risk Reduction Interview and Intervention Model, is a step-by-step evidence-based interview and planning tool which includes families in student support. The result is actionable plans, connection to resources, and – most importantly – student safety and success.


• Engages students and families in a safe, structured approach
• Provides equity for families that need it the most
• Reduces suspensions with no need for suspension alternatives
• Cost-effective, leveraging existing resources
• Keystone tool for Student Assistance Programs
• Complements all school resources and curriculum
• BRRIIM is a Golden Bell award recipient with over 35 years of implementation.


The online training is for any educational professionals who supports students and families. It is a six hour self-paced course developed in collaboration with Ventura County Office of Education's Health and Prevention Programs and Redleaf Resources

For more information or to register contact Tina Koonce @ or 805-437-1393