Tobacco Education

The Tobacco Education program offered at Mercer Family Resource Center is a research based comprehensive tobacco program that also addresses alternative tobacco products such as vaping. Our overall goal is to prevent tobacco use among adolescents. The program is designed to help adolescents:

  • Identify reasons people start using tobacco

  • Discover the nonuse of tobacco is normal behavior of adolescents

  • Practice skills for resisting peer pressure to use tobacco

  • Recognize the subtle and not-so-subtle messages in tobacco advertising

Class Facilitators:

Justine Materi 307-265-7366

Felicia Cummings 307-235-7366

To register call: 307-265-7366

Class Details:

  • Pre-registration with a parent is required

  • 5 hour course split into two consecutive Thursday’s, 4-6:30pm

  • $45 fee