Vermont Vaping Clearinghouse
Welcome to the Data Resources section of the Vermont Vaping Clearinghouse, your source for data and statistics about vaping. This page is an integral part of our broader effort to provide varied anti-vaping resources. Here, you’ll find an extensive collection of links to up-to-date research, surveys, and statistical analyses from reputable sources. These resources offer valuable insights into vaping trends, health impacts, demographic data, and the effectiveness of various anti-vaping policies.
The Campaign for Tobacco Free Kids
The Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids and the Tobacco-Free Kids Action Fund are the leading advocacy organizations working to reduce tobacco use and its deadly consequences in the United States and around the world. The Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. The Tobacco-Free Kids Action Fun is a 501(c)(4) nonprofit organization separate from, but affiliated with, the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids.
Change Lab Solutions
Point of Sale Playbook
National Youth Tobacco Survey
The National Youth Tobacco Survey datasets are available for public use, so that researchers and public health managers can explore the data in detail. In addition, states can compare their estimates of prevalence of youth tobacco use with national data.
What Makes Vaping So Dangerous?
E-cigarette use has become common, but there still seems to be a smoke screen concealing its true impact on health. A growing body of evidence shows that smoking e-cigarettes, or vaping, may be even more dangerous than smoking cigarettes.
Tips for Teens
Tips for Teens is an educational fact sheet on the harms of vaping.
It is important to prevent harm to youth and young adults from e-cigarettes. We know enough to take action now to protect the health of our nation’s young people. Everyone has a role, including parents, health care providers, teachers, and others who work with and care about young people.
Vermont Health Prevention Area Map
Interactive health prevention area map
Gives the facts and tools to make change. From exposing Big Tobacco’s lies and manipulation, to battling the Vaping and Opioid epidemics, we stand with you to fight against addiction and forces that fuel it.
Environmental Fact Sheet
Vaping Device Management at Schools
Youth Risk Behavior Survey
A data brief on Electronic Vapor Product (EVP) use among Vermont high school students is now published. Data from the VT Youth Risk Behavior Survey show that current EVP use increased from 15% in 2015 to 26% in 2019 while daily use increased three-fold from 9% to 31%. Eight in 10 youth who smoke cigarettes, binge drink or use cannabis currently use EVPs; this is four to eight times the rate of youth who do not use any of these substances.
Tobacco Control Program Resources
The Tobacco Control Program has produced a number of resources, including state reports and data briefs, to help protect youth from e-cigarettes and nicotine exposure and support Vermonters attempting to quit tobacco and stay tobacco-free.
Youth Vaping Logic Model
Youth Vaping Logic Model
Vermont League of Cities and Towns
This report provides an analysis of available authority under Vermont law to regulate alcohol and tobacco at the municipal level and provide specific examples of such municipal regulations currently in effect.
Agency of Administration Department of Taxes
Information pertaining to Tobacco tax
Vaping THC, cannabis, nicotine or flavorings produces harmful chemicals, and when inhaled, damage your lungs, brain and body. Vaping any substance is harmful. Get the facts and take control of your health. Don’t get sucked into vaping.