Changing how Texans view tobacco prevention
Free t-shirts. Free posters. Free cool stuff! Request a FREE Say What! Mini-Grant Kit, and receive all the tools you need to lead an awesome and effective project! New Mini-Grant Kits will be available starting in September, so stay tuned…
Say What! Teen Ambassador
Carlos Vela was recognized by the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids as the South Region Youth Advocate of the Year for his efforts to make his community safer from the harmful effects of tobacco.
MAKE A CHANGE!
We all know tobacco is bad. Maybe you know someone that uses tobacco and wish they would quit. Or you just want to be a leader and make a difference. If you’re looking for a way to change the world, let Say What! show you how to get started.
Already a member of Say What!
and ready for next steps? Time to Speak Up!
Use Social Media to share what you’ve learned, or simply repost Say What! graphics, messages or videos to educate your peers!
Looking for an easy student-led project? Want free Say What! project supplies? Look no further.
Say What! offers free regional trainings and an annual conference to train youth to get involved in tobacco prevention. Come see where we’ll be in 2016…
BE THE CHANGE!
You know your stuff. You’ve led a project. Attended a Say What! event. You still want more? Say What!
Let’s do this
One of the best things you can do to protect people from the harmful effects of tobacco is to advocate for policy change, aka policy advocacy. What’s policy advocacy? We’re glad you asked…
Do you love being a leader? Are you passionate about tobacco prevention? Apply to become a Say What! Teen Ambassador and become the voice for youth tobacco prevention in Texas and beyond!
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Say What! was created and designed by young people from across Texas and connects students interested in eliminating tobacco from their schools and communities. The Say What! movement is funded by the Texas Department of State Health Services through a contract with the Texas School Safety Center at Texas State University.