Funding Opportunity Alerts:
Request for Applications (RFA) 18-10137: Initiative to Reduce Tobacco-Related Disparities at Residential Behavioral Health Facilities
This RFA will fund up to 15 projects to prevent tobacco related disease and diminish tobacco use among people with substance use disorders and mental illness in local community residential behavioral health facilities, alcohol and drug treatment programs, mental health treatment programs, or other health or social service agencies through the adoption and implementation of tobacco-free campus policies and the systematic implementation of evidence based tobacco cessation treatment.
Request for Applications (RFA) 18-10134: African American/Black Regional Initiative to Reduce Tobacco-Related Disparities
The African American/Black Regional Initiative to Reduce Tobacco-Related Disparities Request For Applications (RFA) will fund up to four (4) regional grants to address African American/Black population groups. The funded grant(s) will implement and evaluate evidenced based health promotion and health communication activities designed to reduce tobacco and nicotine use, tobacco-related disease rates, tobacco-related health disparities, and to develop a stronger evidence base of effective tobacco use prevention and reduction programs among African American/Black population groups highly impacted by tobacco use with the goal of reducing tobacco-related disparities. Funded grant(s) are expected to address the African American/Black populations within one of the following regions, which includes all of the counties within the respective region: Bay Area (Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara, and Solano counties); Central Valley (Fresno, Kern, Kings, Madera, Mariposa, Merced, Tulare counties); Los Angeles (Los Angeles); and Tri-County South (Imperial, Riverside, and San Bernardino counties).
Request for Applications (RFA) 18-10122: Regional Rural Initiative to Reduce Tobacco-Related Disparities
The purpose of this Request for Application (RFA) is to fund up to five (5) projects to reduce tobacco-related health disparities and achieve health equity among rural communities through regional approaches directed towards policy and systems change focused on tobacco use prevention and reduction. Applicants may submit more than one (1) application. Each application submitted may only address one (1) region.
Request for Applications (RFA) 18-10123: Statewide Coordinating Center for Rural Communities
The purpose of this Request for Application (RFA) is to fund one (1) Statewide Coordinating Center grant for rural communities. The purpose of the Coordinating Center is to foster interactive and integrative collaboration and communication among awardees of projects funded by RFA #18-10822 Regional Rural Initiative to Reduce Tobacco-Related Disparities as well as their networks and the California Tobacco Control Program (CTCP). The Coordinating Center is expected to accelerate the adoption, implementation and impact of policy and system change campaigns conducted by projects funded under RFA #18-10122.
Solicitation #18-10190 Tobacco Control Media Campaign Evaluation
The purpose of this solicitation is to award a single contract to evaluate the California Tobacco Control Program's (CTCP) Tobacco Control Media Campaign. The primary goal of CTCP and its media campaign is to change the tobacco-related social norms, end the tobacco epidemic and ultimately to reduce the morbidity and mortality caused by tobacco use. CTCP seeks applications from qualified organizations to conduct an evaluation of the effectiveness and impact of the 2017/2018 - 2021/2022 CTCP Media Campaign on tobacco-related social norms among adults in California.
Request for Applications: Statewide Coordinating Center for the American IndianInitiative to Reduce Tobacco-Related Disparities RFA #18-10069
The purpose of this Request for Applications (RFA) is
to fund one American Indian Statewide Coordinating Center (Coordinating Center)
grant. The purpose of the Coordinating Center is to foster interactive and
integrative collaboration and communication among awardees of American Indian
population projects funded by RFA #18-10064 California Tribal Tobacco Control
and Prevention Initiative (expected release date: Fall 2018*), and other
CTCP-funded projects focused on American Indian communities. The Coordinating
Center is expected to accelerate the adoption, implementation, and impact of
policy and system change campaigns conducted by projects funded under RFA #