Vaping Intervention & Presentations

Vaping Intervention & Presentations

Early Intervention for Vaping 

As a result of the vaping epidemic among teens, Face2Face has developed a dynamic and informative program to address this health crisisReferrals to the program can be made by schools when they identify a student who is vaping, or by parents/guardians who are concerned for their child. 

What to Expect:

A 40-60 minute, group classroom style presentation for kids and teens ages 10-18 and their parent/guardian(s). The program will educate participants about the potential dangers and consequences of teenage vaping.  Parent/guardian attendance is required.

Topics covered include:

  • Impact of cigarette smoking on previous generations
  • Similarities between cigarette smoking and vaping
  • Intentional marketing of vaping products to teens and young adults
  • Health and safety concerns of vaping
  • Impact of nicotine on the undeveloped, adolescent brain
  • Options for teens who are addicted to vaping

Adult Vaping Presentation:

  • History of the vaping culture in the United States
  • Evolution of vaping devices and products on the market
  • Health and safety concerns of vaping
  • Impact of nicotine on the undeveloped, adolescent brain
  • Abuse potential of other substances from vaping devices
  • Intentional marketing of vaping products to teens and young adults
  • What parents can do if they have concerns for their child regarding vaping
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Student Vaping Presentation:

  • Impact of cigarette smoking on previous generations
  • Similarities between cigarette smoking and vaping
  • Intentional marketing of vaping products to teens and young adults
  • Health and safety concerns of vaping
  • Impact of nicotine on the undeveloped, adolescent brain
  • Options for teens who are addicted to vaping

Interested in the program?

For more information, or to make an appointment please contact:
John Bennett (716) 827-9462 x318 jbennett@ked.org
Rachel Cummins (716) 827-9462 x317 rcummins@ked.org