Youth Marijuana Prevention Program
The King County Youth Marijuana Prevention and Education Program is a regional effort led by Public Health - Seattle & King County and the King County Department of Community and Human Services, with funding support from the Washington State Department of Health's dedicated marijuana account.
We look forward to working with community partners on this initiative to reduce underage marijuana initiation and use in King County.
Resources from the King County Youth Marijuana Prevention and Education Network:
Youth motivational speaker Scott Backovich lead a fun, action-packed, skill-building training to teach adults how to engage, captivate, and inspire youth into taking positive action in their own lives and in their local communities.
Participants learned the basics of community-level youth substance abuse prevention and can now apply skills to develop grant applications or new projects and initiatives. Audience: Anyone who hasn't been to the Washington Substance Abuse Prevention Systems Training (WA SAPST) or are newer to community-based substance abuse prevention work.
- 2017 Marijuana and Vaping Legislation, Rules and Enforcement
By Joanna Eide and James Paribello
Washington State Liquor & Cannabis Board
- Tobacco 21: Raising the Legal Sales Age
Senior Counsel, Washington Attorney General’s Office
- Advocacy Tips: Successful Advocacy in Ten Easy Steps
Barb de Michele and Pat Castillo
Issaquah Schools Foundation & Influence the Choice
- Implementing Marijuana Regulation in Washington State: A 2016 Update
By Mary Segawa, Public Health Education Liaison
Washington State Liquor and Cannibis Board
- Marijuana 101
By Cristal Connelly, Marijuana Prevention & Education Consultant
Washington State Dept. of Health, Community Based Prevention
- The Seven Strategies for Community Change
Community Anti-Drug Coalition of America