Our youth are our future’s greatest asset. Schools, parents, caregivers and communities all play a role in providing supportive pathways for our youth as they navigate childhood and adolescence. SCIP (School Community Intervention and Prevention) is partnering with Lincoln Public Schools, Bryan Independence Center and the Lancaster Prevention Coalition to put on a series of valuable presentations about how to support the health and well-being of our community’s youth. These events are open to parents, students, school professionals and community members.
September 27, 2018-
The Truth About Vaping
Lincoln East High School
Presentation: Christina Hitz’s background spans the fields of public health, law enforcement and communications. She currently serves as a public health educator at the Lincoln-Lancaster County Health Department where she specializes in tobacco prevention and works to educate the community about evolving nicotine products. Her presentation will include some myth busting; vapor products are not just harmless water vapor. Local data and trends on vaping will be provided, as well as information about one of the hottest electronic cigarettes on the market, JUUL. How to spot vaping behaviors, what adults can do to be proactive, resources for learning more and for quitting any nicotine products will also be provided.
Future Presentations: Save the Date
November 13, 2018-
The Impact of Stress & Anxiety on our Youth
Lincoln High School: Theatre at 6:30 p.m.
February 28, 2019-
Human Trafficking & Our Youth
Scott Middles School: Multipurpose Room at 6:30 p.m
April 4, 2019-
High in Plain Sight: Preventing Youth Substance Use
Lincoln Northeast High School 6:30 p.m.