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Alternate Choices Program
Alternate Choices Program is designed for students in grades 9-12. The Alternate Choices Program is a workshop for youth who are smoking on school property. It also examines the reasons behind smoking, smoking alternatives and coping mechanisms.
Read more about laws that restrict smoking on school property.
Bad Ways to Be Nice
In recent youth focus groups from tobacco prevention programs in Lambton, most youth agree that social supply is the main course of getting cigarettes.
Read more about youth and social supply of cigarettes.
Quit the Denial
Social nibbling, social farting, and social ear wax picking are as ridiculous as social smoking. Research shows that almost 2/3 of young people who finish just one cigarette will become daily smokers.
For more videos, graphics and tips to quit, visit the Quit the Denial Facebook page.
Quit 4 Life Program:
Interactive self-help on the web and free copies of the Q4L handbook for youth ages 14-19 (English and French)
Great interactive site with facts, pictures, games and links about tobacco.
Other Useful Sites:
An interactive, teen site about making informed decisions and managing pressures. Ideas on ways teens can fight back.