Our mission is to bring awareness of deadly pass-out activities (aka the "Choking Game") into the national spotlight so parents and children understand its true dangers and lives can be saved.  We believe that knowledge is power and that prevention education is the most effective way to combat its rampant popularity.  We encourage all schools to incorporate our non-graphic, skills-based training into their curriculum as an effective way to educate students and save lives. 

The current version of the video "Help Stop the Choking Game" is geared to children ages 9-16 although it can be easily adapted for high school students or younger elementary school children.  It sparks a meaningful discussion in the classroom, in an assembly, or at home between parents and children.  Along with the instructional PowerPoint, it becomes a very effective non-graphic, skills-based training module for any health class in any school.  It is being taught with ongoing, demonstrated success since 2014 in 5th, 7th and 10th grade Health classes across Iron County School District, Utah.

Please take a moment to browse our site, watch our video, review our material, give us your feedback and share our site with others. Encourage your child's school district to incorporate it into their curriculum.  If you are a victim's friend or family, we welcome you to share your story.

Thank you, Judy Rogg (Erik's mom)

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Erik's Cause
Saving lives with a non-graphic, skills-based approach to raise awareness and stop deadly pass-out games (most commonly known as "The Choking Game").

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