As traditional cigarette use in youth continues to decrease, a new generation of nicotine addiction emerges. Education is key to prevent tobacco, e-cigarette and other vaping device use in youth and young adults. Learn more about the risk of tobacco and e-cigarette use, services to quit nicotine addiction, and additional resources.
These workshops can customized to variety of audiences.
To Vape or Not To Vape?
An interactive discussion for youth and young adults that unveils the truth about using e-cigarettes. This workshop also includes information on whether or not e-cigarettes should be used as a smoking cessation device, ingredients in e-liquid, preventing battery explosions, marketing ads copying Big Tobacco’s playbook, FDA regulations and state policies
Smokefree TXT is a mobile text messaging service designed for people across the United States who are trying to quit smoking. There is no additional fee for this service. Text the word QUIT to 47848 from your mobile phone.
As of November 1st, 2017, New Jersey raised the age for buying e-cigarettes and all tobacco products to 21 (N.J. Stat. 54:40A-4.1). 95% of adult smokers began smoking by the age of 21, by raising the smoking age, NJ hopes to reduce the number of young adults who become lifelong smokers.
Don't Get Vaped In
Surgeon General’s Report: Know the Risks – E-cigarettes and Young People addresses e-cigarette use among youth and young adults, adds significant data and analysis to the science of this important public health issue. Surgeon General's Reports are the gold standard of scientific reports, and each is developed and reviewed by hundreds of expert researchers. Additional resources such as FAQ, a tip sheet, and conversation card are available to download.