The Teen Alliance Council of Warren County is made up of teenagers in grades 9-12th in Warren County schools who advocate for Drug Free lives, Healthy Relationships, Anti-bullying, and good Mental Health. For more information visit: pieces2prevention/tac
Tobacco and E-Cigarette Resources
Tobacco Prevention Materials
Websites To Learn More About The Risks Of Smoking:
Websites To Learn More About The Risks Of Vaping:
VIDEOS ON THE RISKS OF E-CIGARETTES:
QUIT SMOKING RESOURCES:
The Ohio Department of Health Cessation Home Page:
From here you can learn about the state quit program. It's FREE to join! And you may qualify for free nicotine patches. You will need to call and talk to a quit coach a number of times in order to receive nicotine patches. The number to call is 1-800-QUIT-NOW. There is also an online option to talk to a quit coach through this program.
The National Smoke Free resource website:
This is a national resource through the United States Department of Health and Human Services. There are so many (free) resources. You an sign up for their text program, download their app, chat online with a quit coach, and read up on all kinds of tips and helpful strategies.
Become an EX:
Another good website with great resources and programming
Quitting Vaping Resources:
My Life, My Quit
A free quit program just for teens in Ohio. This program is focused on helping young people quit vaping. Text or call 855-891-9989 or visit teh website:
This is Quitting
A nationally developed program by the Truth Initiative to help young people quit vaping. It's free to join. Text DITCHJUUL to 88709 to get started.
National Smoke-Free resource for Teens
This is a national resource through the United States Department of Health and Human Services. It is specific ot youth/teens and has plenty of tips and helpful resources to help with quitting vaping.
CRISIS HOTLINE (1-877-695-6333) Available 24 hours a day 7 days a week or text the keyword “4hope” to 741741
Risks of Underage Drinking:
Talk. They Hear You!
SAMHSA's underage drinking prevention campaign helps parents and caregivers start talking to their children early about the dangers of alcohol. Underage Drinking-SAMHSA.gov
Tobacco Cessation Program: Contact Solutions at: Solutions Community Counseling and Recovery Centers
What is Parent Coaching? It’s simply working with someone who’s trained to help you through the inevitable hurdles of raising a child. These hurdles might arise at any time, but especially when your family has experienced a major change (such as divorce), or when your child is going through a life transition (such as from junior high to high school). For more information visit: Beech Acres at Beech Acres/Parent-Coaching
Suicide Prevention Hotline: 877-795-6333 (24 Hours)
Lindner Center of Hope offers many services and programs to address mental health needs. Click the link below:
Solutions Community Counseling and Recovery Centers offers many services and programs to address mental health needs. Visit the link below: