Vaping Prevention & Quitting Resources

Vaping has gained significant popularity among youth over the past few years In 2021, nearly half (48%) of young adults aged 20 to 24 and nearly 3 in 10 (29%) youth aged 15 to 19 reported having ever tried vaping at some point in their life, compared with 13% of adults aged 25 and older.

 

This growing issue has been the result of:

  • Inviting youth-friendly flavours;

  • Creative marketing targeted to youth;

  • Ability to hide use, making easier to use in places you cannot smoke;

  • Limited understanding about health risks among youth;

These elements have made vaping products relatively accessible and easy to use by youth.

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Vaping Awareness Day Video

A video developed in partnership with the PEI Chief Public Health Office and UPEI. The video is shown to I students in grades 7-9 to build awareness of the social and health harms associated with vaping. 

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Information for Coaches

Coaches are important role-models for youth. This resource is meant to help you understand vaping, as well as potential vaping questions you may be asked by your players, accompanied by suggested responses.

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Information for Parents

A resource meant to help parents understand vaping, and provide suggested responses to questions you may be asked by your child.

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Help Quitting

Most people who vape have attempted to quit at some point, but nicotine is highly addictive. We have some resources available to help you quit vaping

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Information for Educators

Intended for those who work with youth, such as teachers, youth workers, and school counsellors and Student Well-being Team staff. They provide evidence-based information to help inform students of the known and unknown risks of vaping products.