Tobacco Education Resources
Resources to assist anyone with teaching about the effects of tobacco use, including information on Electronic Nicotine Delivery Systems (ENDS).
The Wichita Falls-Wichita County Health Promotions Program offers many programs and services to the community for a tobacco-free Wichita County. The Health Promotions Program is the sustainable piece from the Tobacco Prevention Control Coalition (TPCC) grant awarded by the Department of State Health Services in 2013. If you want to register for Smoking Cessation Education Classes, click here.
Tobacco-Free Kids is the leading advocacy organization working to reduce tobacco use and its deadly consequences in the United States and around the world. Through strategic communications and policy advocacy campaigns, they promote the adoption of proven solutions that are most effective at reducing tobacco use and save the most lives.
Youth E-Cigarette prevention, aiming to educate youth on E-cigarettes, nicotine, and addiction dangers while cutting intended use of the product in the future. The initiative provides training to educators, parents, and health professionals in the school/ after-school setting to equip students with answers about E-cigarettes to make informed decisions. Contact Susan Cragar at (940) 761-7975 for training inquiries
TxSayWhatTexas youth named the movement Say What! – Students, Adults, and Youth Working Hard Against Tobacco! Say What! has served as the official statewide youth tobacco prevention coalition since March 2011.Since then, efforts have focused on spreading the movement and reducing tobacco use across the state through local projects supported by Say What! resources. Say What! members connect, learn, share, and inspire others to make a positive difference in their schools and communities by utilizing member benefits, the Say What! Logo, and other graphics and resources to fit their needs! In addition, TxSSC created TxSayWhat.com and social media accounts @TxSayWhat to allow groups to share their projects, search for new ideas, and expand the network of participants across Texas and beyond! The Say What! movement is funded by the Texas Department of State Health Services through a contract with the Texas School Safety Center at Texas State University.