Parents can be the single greatest influence in their kids' decision not to smoke.11: The National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse at Columbia University. 2001. Malignant Neglect: Substance Abuse and America's Schools. Raising Kids Who Don't Smoke is a brochure series developed for parents of kids 10-17 to encourage and help them talk to their kids about not smoking. This brochure series was created, on behalf of YSP, in consultation with an advisory board of respected parenting and child development experts.
This brochure—the first in the series—was created to provide parents a resource with tips, tools, and information to help make conversations with their kids about not smoking easier and more effective. Download PDF
Studies show that kids who have friends that smoke are 9 times more likely to smoke than those kids who do not have any friends that smoke.22: The National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse at Columbia University. 2001. Malignant Neglect: Substance Abuse and America's Schools. This brochure was created to offer parents information and tips to help their kids resist peer pressure to smoke. Download PDF
This bilingual adaptation of Raising kids who don't smoke was developed to provide Spanish-speaking parents with insights and suggestions to help them talk to their kids about not smoking. Download PDFEducando a los niños para que no fumen
Esta adaptación bilingüe de "Raising kids who don't smoke" fue desarrollada para ofrecer a los padres que hablan español perspectivas y sugerencias que los ayuden a hablar con sus hijos acerca de no fumar. Descargar PDF