Project SHOUT
Investigator: John P. Elder

Project SHOUT (Students Helping Others Understand Tobacco) is a tobacco-use prevention program starting with fifth-grade students and ending with the ninth grade. The intervention combines various educational, social activism, and behavioral strategies with personalized telephone and mail boosters. Project SHOUT's classroom-based curriculum is suitable for grades five through eight. The home-based booster program is suitable for ninth graders.

Project SHOUT is a five-year program. It includes a school-based intervention in grades five through eight and a home-based intervention in grade nine. The classroom intervention in each grade is eight weekly, 50-minute lessons, and is conducted with approximately 25-35 students per class. The booster intervention, which uses direct mail (newsletters) and telephone calls, reaches each participant individually and delivers a tobacco use prevention message some what tailored to that participant's needs. View more detailed information on this program.

Materials in this program package are licensed for use in one implementation site. All materials are copyrighted and may not be copied or distributed. If you would like to order additional materials or program packages, please contact Customer Support. Email: Tel: 650-949-3282.

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