Quitting Resources 
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Vaping Unveiled™ 

Program offered virtually and in-person. In-person requests considered on a case-by-case basis. . Requests are being booked two weeks out at this time. (Include snow-date option January - April)

  1. Overview Flyer
  2. Program Content Outline
  3. Community Event Announcement Flyer
  4. Presentation Request Form  -  Download and save the request form before filling out so your information will be saved. Submit to:

Fact Sheets

 pdf's for printing

  1. Electronic Cigarettes/Vaping, Breathe New Hampshire
  2. Quit Vaping - Resources for Teens, Breathe New Hampshire
  3. Quit Smoking & Vaping - 10 Steps to Quitting, Breathe New Hampshire
  4. Quit Smoking/Vaping Resources for Young Adults & Adults, Breathe New Hampshire
  5. E-Cigarettes & Vaping: What Parents Need to Know, American Academy of Pediatrics
  6. Overview of Amendments to NH Law RSA 126-K (Youth Access to and Use of Tobacco Products), NH Division of  Public Health Services, DHHS
  7. Smoking, Vaping and COVID-19: About the Connection and How to Quit,
    Massachusetts General Hospital
  8. Vape/E-cigarettes Resource List , Partners Against Youth Vaping in School


CATCH My Breath® Youth E-Cigarette & JUUL Prevention Program

  1. Overview Flyer
  2. Service Learning Projects Flyer

Tobacco Prevention Toolkit, Stanford Medicine

Quit Resources for Youth & Teens

  • My Life, My Quit Individuals 13 to 17 can register online or Text "Start My Quit" to 36072 
  • or 1-800-QUIT-NOW (1-800-784-8669) Individuals age 18 and older can call the quit line and speak with a quit coach (FREE nicotine patches, gum or lozenges available to eligible New Hampshire residents)
  • Quit Smoking,
  • Individuals (in U.S.) age 13 - 19 who want to be tobacco-free
  • SmokefreeTXT Text QUIT to 47848 or download quitSTART app
  • The Real Cost Learn more about addiction
  • This is Quitting  Free smartphone app to quit smoking with tips, inspiration, and challenges specifically for teens and young adults who can join for free by texting DITCHVAPE to 88709

Resources for Parents & Adults

Resources for Healthcare Providers - Solutions for providers to help your patients quit smoking - Resources to share with patients and clients

Northern New England Poison Center 1-800-222-1222
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration​​​

Global Tobacco Resources

  1. ASH -  Global Action on Smoking and Health 
  2. WHO - World Health Organization - Tobacco
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