The purpose of the TUPE program is to reduce youth tobacco use by helping young people make healthful tobacco-related decisions through educational instruction and activities that build knowledge as well as social skills and youth development assets.
The American Heart Association provides information about vaping and tobacco cessation.
The American Lung Association provides information on lung health, vaping, and tobacco cessation.
Information on getting help quitting, the Great American Smokeout, cancer and tobacco, smoke-free communities, and keeping your kids smoke free.
Poison Control Center resources on how to avoid accidental poisonings.
The "Smoking Isn't Cool" toolkit was created to provide teachers with smoking prevention teaching material for students in Kindergarten to Grade 5.
The American Association of Poison Control Centers offer education and resources on accidental poisoning prevention.
Prescription and over-the-counter medicines are typically accessible and visible in our homes, and children should understand prescription and over-the-counter medication safety at an early age. This is a collection of age-appropriate, engaging resources that educate children about medication safety principles. Some activities may be better suited for younger children (grades K-2), while others may be more appropriate for older students (grades 3-5).
by Heather Brogan and the Poison Control Center (2008)
by Gina Bellasario and Holli Conger (2014)
by the American Heart Association (2008)
by Kim Gosselin (2012)