California Tobacco Control Branch

California Tobacco Control Branch

California Tobacco Control Program


​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 20-10024 California Youth Tobacco Survey

The purpose of this Solicitation is to request competitive proposals from eligible experienced agencies to conduct an annual, school-based, probability survey of California youth on tobacco use behaviors. Tobacco use behaviors may include, but are not limited to, use, dependence, susceptibility, and environmental exposure. Surveillance will also include limited attitude, opinion, and co-morbid substance use questions, primarily as they relate to patterns and predictors of tobacco use (e.g. addictiveness, flavors, social norms). The services sought include sampling design, survey development, recruitment, survey administration, data management, data analysis, and reporting of results.


CG20-10003 California Tribal Grants to Reduce Tobacco-Related Disparities

The purpose of the California Tribal Grants to Reduce Tobacco-Related Disparities is to address commercial tobacco-related disparities affecting the American Indian population by directly funding and assisting California Tribal Governments and Tribal Government Agencies. This Request for Application (RFA) seeks to reduce tobacco-related health disparities in American Indian communities through tribal approaches focused on commercial tobacco use prevention and reduction, collaboration, and community engagement. CDPH/CTCP anticipates releasing a total of three waves of funding between February 2019 and January 2020. The first wave of funding was released in February 2019 and the second wave was released in June 2019. This RFA is the release of the third wave of funding.

The term "tobacco" used in this RFA refers to commercial tobacco products. This RFA does not seek to impinge upon the sacred use of traditional or ceremonial tobacco in American Indian communities.


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