2018 Prevention, Intervention, Treatment, Recovery Catalog - 6
INTERVENTION & TREATMENT
Schools are the first line of
Keep kids tobacco and nicotine free
Updated to include the latest statistics and information teens should know about the risks
from using tobacco and nicotine products, including e-cigarettes, hookahs, and snus.
MSPP (Model Smoking Prevention Program)
By Cheryl L. Perry, PhD; David M. Murray, PhD; Russell V. Luepker, MD, MPH; Mary H. Smyth, MA; and Christine Ly, PhD
This comprehensive prevention model has been effectively used across the United States to help keep kids
from using cigarettes and other nicotine products. The MSPP curriculum turns peer pressure to use tobacco
or nicotine into peer support for not using. This six-session model is built on evidence-based primary
prevention strategies and includes the following:
* Easy-to-use curriculum with reproducible handouts
* Community action manual that involves parents/guardians, adolescents, and business and civic members
* A parent/guardian brochure (also available separately in Spanish) that motivates students' family members to
be involved in this important issue
3020 | $249.95 I ncludes facilitator manual with reproducible peer leader guide, community action manual, and handouts;
also includes 30 Talking about Tobacco parent/guardian pamphlets.
three-year digital subscription.
SE0461 | $150.00 per school
337830 | $19.95 Additional 30 Talking About Tobacco parent/guardian pamphlets.
Implement these programs with fidelity and ease
Training to ensure fidelity in implementing MSPP is available through Hazelden Publishing.
Visit hazelden.org/producttraining for more information.
E-CIGARETTES MOST COMMON TOBACCO USED BY TEENS
FOR THE FIRST TIME,
MORE HIGH SCHOOL
STUDENTS ARE USING
Source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. (2016, April 14). Current use of tobacco products by high school students in 2015.
Retrieved from www.cdc.gov/mmwr/volumes/65/wr/mm6514a1.htm.