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​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Effective tobacco cessation programs build knowledge and skills while engaging participants in their own decision-making, increasing the likelihood of long-term success.​

Help Young People​ Quit Vapes and Tobacco

Learn more about ways to support students in ​quitting vaping or other tobacco products. Ultimately, only the young person can make the decision to quit. However, being supportive, creating a safe environment, and sharing resources can help them in their quit journey!​cessation-stock-img.png

​​​School Teacher and Staff  Supporting Youth:
🔗Help students quit vaping and smoking tobacco products - English​

Youth Supporting Youth:
🔗Help your friends and family quit vaping and sm​​​oking - English​
🔗​ Help your friends and family quit vaping and sm​​​oking - Spanish
🔗​ Help your friends and family quit vaping and sm​​​oking- Traditional Chinese​
🔗​​ Help your friends and family quit vaping and sm​​​oking - Simplified Chinese​

Adult Family or Friend Supporting Youth:
🔗Help young people quit vapes and other tobacco products - English​
🔗 Help young people quit vapes and other tobacco products - Spanish​​
🔗​ Help young people quit vapes and other tobacco products - Traditional Chinese​
🔗​​ Help young people quit vapes and other tobacco products​ - Simplified Chinese​​​


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Kick It California

​Kick It California provides free services to he​l​​p youth and adults quit smoking, vaping, or other nicotine products and prov​ides training and technical assistance to local organizations across California. ​

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This Is Quitting

The first-of-its-kind program to help young people quit vaping, This Is Quitting is a text support service that has helped more than 150,000 youth and young adults on their journey to quit vaping.

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Not On Tobacco

Not On Tobacco (​N-O-T)​ was designed to address issues that are specifically important to teens. It uses interactive learning strategies based on Social Cognitive Theory that can be applied in everyday life and encourages a voluntary change for youth ages 14 to 19.

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