Tools and Tips to Quit Tobacco-Use

Teens that smoke or vape can find practical tips to help them quit.

Vaping Prevention Resources

Find resources for students, teachers, and parents on the dangers of vaping.

Tobacco Prevention Toolkit

A comprehensive toolkit to prevent tobacco use among youth.

How to Discuss E-Cigarettes and Vaping with Youth

Find tips to educate youth on the dangers of vaping.

Vanishing Vaping Toolkit

From the National Association of School Nurses, learn the data and research behind e-cigarette usage and the tools for helping teens quit.

Healthy Futures: An Alternative to Suspension Program

For students caught using e-cigarettes or any nicotine product, the REACH Lab has developed a self-paced course that helps teens understand the harm behind vape and nicotine use.

You & Me, Together Vape-free Curriculum

Find Stanford University’s free course taught in Spanish. This curriculum is available in elementary, middle, and high school versions

VISIT: Vaping Information, Solutions, and Intervention Toolkit

Stanford created this toolkit for young adults and adolescents to help stay-up-to-date on prevention tools.

Talking to Your Kids About Marijuana

Partnership to End Addiction compiled a talk kit that guides parents through a conversation about marijuana use with their kids.

How Cannabis Affects Developing Brains

Learn about the ways cannabis use affects the teenage brain.

Cannabis Awareness and Prevention Toolkit

Stanford University compiled research that sheds light on the negative effects cannabis use can have on developing brains.

Healthy Futures: Cannabis Version

Like its nicotine-focused counterpart, Stanford University created this course as an alternative to suspension for students caught using cannabis.

Ways Faith-Based Communities Can Help with Addiction

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services created a seven-part toolkit to help faith-based communities address the opioid crisis and those struggling with addiction.

SAMHSA Helpline

If you know someone struggling with addiction or drug abuse, the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration has professionals that can provide helpful resources.

American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry: Substance Abuse Resource Center

Find both clinical resources, trainings, and research to find the best solutions for substance abuse.

High-Risk Substance Abuse Among Youth

Learn the CDC definition for high-risk substance abuse and find tools to help your loved ones.

Naloxone Education for School Nurses

NASN developed this toolkit to help school nurses that wish to implement a campus naloxone program.