School had ended and the summer has begun… BUT there is still an opportunity to be involved and promote vaping prevention among our youth!
In partnership with the Georgia Prevention Project
, Cobb EMC Community
, and Greystone Power Foundations
, we are offering a vape/tobacco prevention program for students between the ages of 13- 18. ASPIRE (A Smoking Prevention Interactive Experience) is a 3.5 hour long FREE virtual program that serves as an educational resource from The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center. ASPIRE delivers tobacco prevention education to teens and adolescents at a self-directed pace–students have until the end of July to complete the entire program. Additionally, upon completion, participants are able to receive a $25 gift card!
If you or someone you know may be interested, you can register using the link below!
Don’t forget to 🗣SPREAD THE WORD!
If your child or a child you know is currently vaping/smoking and unable to stop, please contact the child’s health care provider, school counselor, or other trusted professional to discuss ways to help them quit. You can also check out some of these other resources below:
This is Quitting
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Quitline: 1-800-QUIT-NOW (1-800-784-8669)
The National Cancer Institute Quitline: 877-44U-QUIT (877-448-7848)
You can also text “TALK” to 85775 to receive other quit resources!
For more info about the effects of tobacco, e-cigarettes, and vaping, follow the link below: