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Vape Escape

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One-on-one vape support continues to be available for anyone wanting to cut back and/or quit vaping. Interested? Please fill out the form and we'll contact you about next steps!

Vape Escape Group Program

FREE casual group chats offered over Zoom from 3 - 4 p.m. the first Wednesday of every month.

Join us at 3 p.m. Wednesday, August 7! 
Register today for the Zoom link.
 

Vape Escape provides teens ages 12 to 18 with an interactive and supportive environment where they can talk openly about vaping with our Center doctors and health behavior change experts, as well as other youth with similar goals.

The program is all about vaping, the lasting impact it has on our health and how to be successful in cutting back or quitting vape use.

Vape Escape is flexible. Internet access is required for participation. Resources for further individualized services are provided, if needed.

The series is informal and casual. Topics of conversation will focus on what participants are most interested in about vaping.

Topics could include:

  • Vaping and your health
  • Nicotine and how it affects the body
  • Medications that can help with quitting
  • How to set health goals
  • Stress and peer pressure
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Questions?
Contact our clinical team at
(585) 602-0720 or email 
healthy_living@urmc.rochester.edu.

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