State Resources

Visit these state of Texas resources to learn more about the various tobacco prevention programs working together to create tobacco and nicotine-free Texans.

CATCH My Breath

This e-cigarette prevention curriculum is available for all middle and high schools for free, so register today!

DSHS

Visit the Tobacco Prevention and Control Program webpage to access information about the trends, facts, and associated dangers of e-cigarettes, data specific to Texas youth, and to download their e-cigarette fact sheet.

Texas 21

Texas 21 is a coalition of organizations from across the state whose mission is to save lives and prevent tobacco use.

ASPIRE
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ASPIRE is a free, bilingual, online tool that helps middle and high school teens learn about living tobacco-free.

Comptroller’s Tobacco Enforcement Program
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The Comptroller’s Tobacco Enforcement Program helps protect children from the ill effects of cigarettes, e-cigarettes and other tobacco products. They also provide warning signs to retailers.

 

If you see a violation, you can report it by calling 800-345-8647!

MD Anderson Cancer Center – EndTobacco Program
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The EndTobacco Program at MD Anderson Cancer Center focuses on smoke-free and tobacco-free policies, cessation resources, and prevention.

Peers Against Tobacco
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This peer-led initiative is focused on eradicating tobacco use across college campuses in Texas by providing resources to help students and staff achieve a tobacco-free campus.

Yes Quit
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This Texas Quitline (1-877-YES-QUIT) gives callers a personalized support network through tools and strategies to help tobacco users finally quit tobacco.

SAYWHAT! | Live Tobacco-free

Say What! EST. 2011

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Phone

Toll Free: 877.304.2727

Local: 512.245.8082

Mailing Address

415 North Guadalupe - #164

San Marcos, TX 78666

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.