CHC's tobacco prevention programs teach young people, from preschoolers to teenagers, the why and the how of rejecting tobacco in every form.
Each program is age-appropriate, and can be presented in a classroom, as an after-school program, or to any group of youth such as a Scout troop or church youth club.
All our programs, whether created by CHC or by other agencies and professionals,are based on the guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and present information supported by current research. Several of the programs go beyond the focus on individual health to explore tobacco's impact on our society and environment as well.
This series can stand alone or be added onto any of the programs CHC is currently offering and includes the following topics:
Facts about tobacco, personal values, health
Making healthy choices
This series includes the following topics:
Tobacco facts, rules and regulations, history and personal values
Tobacco's harmful consequences to your health and respecting yourself
The influence media has and how to resist it's negative messages through self discipline
Refusal skills and how to manage peer pressure
Personal and community choices, their outcomes and alternative choices and actions
TSP (Tobacco Smoke Pollution) and community involvement
* Also available as an after-school program