CATCH My Breath Training
Catch My Breath
is an e-cigarette and JUUL prevention program that will provide students with the skills to resist peer pressure and media influences to try e-cigarettes. It is an evidence-based program that was shown to substantially reduce students likelihood of vaping in the year following the programs implementation. Students also show an increased knowledge of the dangers of vaping and choosing a vape-free lifestyle.
Project ALERT Training
Project ALERT is a free classroom‐based substance abuse prevention program for 7th and 8th graders that’s proven to reduce the experimental and continued use of drugs. Through a series of comprehensive lessons, Project ALERT motivates students against drug use, cultivates new non-use attitudes and beliefs, and equips teens with the skills and strategies they’ll use to resist drugs. These are the handouts provided at the most recent Project Alert Training.
Stanford Tobacco Prevention Toolkit
The Stanford Tobacco Prevention Toolkit (You and Me, Together Vape-Free ) is a new curriculum, theory-based and evidence-informed educational resource created by educators and researchers aimed at addressing the key factors associated with youth e-cigarette use, including changing adolescents' attitudes towards and misperceptions about e-cigarettes; increasing their refusal skills to flavors, marketing, and social media; reducing stress and depression which have been linked to e-cigarette initiation and use; improving coping skills; and decreasing intentions and actual use of all e-cigarette products.