The California Educator Tobacco Survey (CETS) is an online, anonymous survey conducted by the Center for Research and Intervention in Tobacco Control (CRITC) at the University of California, San Diego on behalf of the California Department of Education. The survey is designed to measure educator perceptions regarding student use of tobacco, vapes, and marijuana.
Learn more about how to refer students to a no-cost cessation service for students. Kick It CA offers teen-tailored coaching in 6 languages. The program guides students as they create a quit plan that will work for their life.
Download educational materials for adults who want to learn more on talking to kids about the dangers of vaping. Materials show examples of
common vaping devices and describe some of the telltale signs that someone is
vaping. Click to learn more!
This new online, SELF-PACED course can be completed independently by middle or high school students in 40-60 minutes. The course is for any student caught using tobacco/vaping on school campus, or anyone working with students who want to quit.
Adolescents age 13-17 looking to quit vaping can sign up to participate in the University of California San Francisco's Instagram-based intervention trial. Participants that qualify may receive some monetary compensation.
Electronic Cigarettes and Vaping Devices: Nicotine Repackaged fact sheet is designed for school district administrators and principals to address the alarming increase in use of e-cigarettes among students.
Click to access a library of self-paced trainings for students, parents/caregivers, school staff and communities on building resilience, relationship building, stress coping and so much more.
To learn more on alternative interventions and ways to implement, click to download "Alternatives to Suspension: Student Tobacco and Substance Use", developed by the California School-Based Health Alliance.
VisionCreate a tobacco and vape-free generation in California.
To prevent and reduce tobacco and vape use among California school-aged youth.