Communication Resources

E-cigarettes and Young People

Fact Sheets for Parents, Educators, and Health Care Providers

These fact sheets can be used to educate key youth influencers. Distribute them at community events, meetings, conferences, etc.

Digital and Social Media Materials

CDC has free resources you can use in your digital and social media efforts. Some of these materials are available for order through the Media Campaign Resource Center.

Other graphics, with code to embed on a website, are available on the CDC Youth Tobacco Product Use Infographics page.

Social Media

CDCTobaccoFree social media channels frequently feature new graphics and information about e-cigarettes and youth. Please like and follow us at CDCTobaccoFree on Facebook and Twitter. Stay Connected offers a one-stop shop to link to all of CDC’s tobacco control social media channels. The images on this page are examples of the type of graphics that have been shared on these channels.

Sample Newsletter Article/Blog Post

Use the latest CDC Back to School feature article in your various communications channels to share information and resources with key stakeholders (e.g., blog post, print or electronic newsletter, listserv).

Materials for Print, Radio, and Television

These materials are available for order at no cost through the CDC Media Campaign Resource Center. You can work with media outlets to place them for free as PSAs, or if you have the resources, they can be used in paid placements.