California Tobacco Control Branch

California Tobacco Control Branch

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​The California Tobacco Control Branch leads statewide and local health programs, services and activities that promote an environment truly free of tobacco. ​

Funding Opportunity Alerts:

EVAL 24-10067 California Tobacco Prevention Program Policy Evaluation Tracking System​

The purpose of this Solicitation is to request competitive proposals from eligible experienced agencies to identify, track, collect, and rate the quality of codified city and county tobacco prevention policies, and to maintain the Policy Evaluation Tracking System (PETS) database by hosting a website with search functionality, such as to search policy provisions, jurisdictions, dates of passage, and policy ratings. The selected Contractor will track and collect policies from all jurisdictions (county and city) in the state of California on an ongoing basis. 

CG 24-10074 Empowering Commercial TobaccoPrevention Efforts in Tribal Communities​​

​This Request for Application (RFA) seeks to fund five (5) Federally Recognized California Tribal Governments to address commercial tobacco-related disparities affecting the American Indian population. For this RFA, Applicants are required to: 1) Build capacity and skills among tribal members and staff employed by tribal governmental organizations to implement commercial tobacco use prevention and reduction interventions and provide health education services; 2) Mobilize and engage community residents and tribal governmental organizations to engage in commercial tobacco use prevention and cessation and support policy and system changes; and 3) Design, support, adopt, implement, and evaluate tribal policy and system change campaigns that seek to prevent and reduce commercial tobacco use.​


 CG ​​24-10056 Advancing Tobacco Cessation in Community Clinics Project (ATCP) Cohort 3​

This Request for Applications (RFA) is intended to fund up to ten (10) community clinics that provide primary care including Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs), Health Center Program Look-Alikes (HCLAs), and other clinics serving populations with low income or lacking health insurance. FQHCs are community-based health care providers that receive funds from the Health Resources & Services Administration (HRSA) Health Center Program to provide primary care services in underserved areas. HCLAs meet similar HRSA requirements and receive many of the benefits associated with FQHCs, but don’t receive HRSA funding. The purpose of the Advancing Tobacco Cessation in Community Clinics Project (ATCP) Cohort 3 is to measurably reduce tobacco use within the funded clinic populations. Achieving this outcome will decrease tobacco use disparities and reduce the burden of tobacco-related diseases.

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