The Tobacco and Marijuana Prevention Toolkits are theory-based and evidence- informed curricula created by educators, parents, and researchers aimed at preventing middle and high school students' use of tobacco/nicotine and marijuana. During this training attendees will learn how to navigate and use the toolkit to teach the tobacco and marijuana prevention curricula at their schools.
harmful consequences associated with using tobacco products like vapes, e-cigs, and marijuana, so that they can make healthier decisions for themselves. The role of a Peer Advocate is extremely important. Today, too many young people begin using vapes and marijuana without realizing how addicting they are. Many youth have no idea how these substances can damage their bodies, relationships, and get in the way of reaching their dreams. Through being a role model and helping peers become informed, Peer Advocates have the ability to make a huge difference in their peers' lives. This training is for Middle School 8th graders and High School students.
The Summit will address solutions to the youth vaping epidemic through sharing data, policies, and programs. The Keynote Speaker will be April Roeseler, Chief of the California Tobacco Control Program.
Join us to answer our questions around what is vaping, how much vaping occurs among teens, what it does to the body and mind, how to help a teen who started vaping and how to have a conversation with your youth about vaping.
Brief Intervention is an approach that uses motivational interviewing, cognitive behavioral therapy, and the stages of change model to meet the needs of adolescents who use alcohol and/or other drugs.
This three-hour, on-site training will walk-through everything you need to know to administer the CalSCHLS surveys and use the data for LCAP, MTSS, and school climate improvement. This training will include an Administration Overview and a Data Workshop