Tobacco/Vaping Prevention Resources

Resources for Teens & Young Adults to Quit Vaping

Help to Quit:

This Is Quitting (through Truth Initiative) offers a free mobile program specially designed for teens and young adults to quit vaping.

Wisconsin Tobacco Quit Line (through Wisconsin Dept. of Health Services)
Free to anyone over age 13 to quit vaping, smoking or any other tobacco product and is available 24 hrs. a day, 7 days a week with a trained quit coach. Also offers on-line web coaching. A Quit Kit with materials to manage cravings and withdrawal from vaping is provided.
Call 1-800-QUIT-NOW

Not On Tobacco (N-O-T) (through American Lung Association) (through National Institutes of Health) has tips and tools for anyone, including teens that want to quit vaping or smoking.

E-cigarette and vaping device batteries and vaping liquids (nicotine, THC or CBD) should be properly disposed of. These batteries and liquids are disposed of at separate locations. The parts of the device should placed in a sealed container before taking them to a disposal site. To find out how and where to properly dispose of these items click here.

For Parents:

Tobacco Is Changing (through Wisconsin Dept. of Health Services)

E-Cigarettes and Youth: What Parents Need to Know (through CDC)

E-Cigarettes, “Vapes”, and JUULs: What Parents Should Know (through American Lung Association)

Learn More and Take a Stand:

Real Cost – Multimedia campaign by US Dept. of Health and Human Services

Taking Down Tobacco (Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids) (through Truth Initiative)

South West Alliance for Tobacco Prevention Newsletter  Dec 2019 – Jan 2020

South West Alliance for Tobacco Prevention Newsletter  Fall 2021