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    The Next Generation of Addicts

    A new video created by a 17-year-old high school student sheds an eye-opening light on teens’ use of e-cigarettes, or what they call “juuling.” The video is the first from

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  • Shop at Tobacco Free Retailers

    Kids who visit stores that sell cigarettes and other tobacco products at least twice weekly are almost three times more likely to become tobacco users than kids who visit twice monthly. In

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Statewide Youth IMPACT Training Opportunities

Resist Tobacco Kansas is sponsoring IMPACT Trainings (Informing My Peers about Countering Tobacco) starting September 23rd through November 18th. The youth advocacy group is offering five different youth-led trainings and is recruiting middle and high school students to become drivers of social change in Kansas Communities!

At this training, young people will learn the basics about the dangers of tobacco, as well as the negative influence that tobacco marketing has on our community and what can be done to counter these tactics. Youth will leave the training, armed with a plan of action to tackle tobacco issues in their own community. Click HERE for more information.

Resist Impact Training Flyer 2017

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Free cessation medication to help SG County residents quit tobacco!

The Kansas Tobacco Quitline (1-800-QUIT-NOW) is offering free nicotine replacement therapy medications (NRT) through July 31, or while supplies last! For free help and personalized quit assistance, call 1-800-QUIT-NOW (800-784-8669) to enroll. Medication made available by Kansas Department of Health and Environment include nicotine lozenge, gum, and nicotine patch.

KSQUIT_NRT Promo 06-2017

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