South Dakota Tobacco Control Program Community/School Partnership Grants
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South Dakota Department of Health
The South Dakota Tobacco Control Program (TCP) offers
funding for organizations to provide tobacco prevention
and control services in communities and schools.
The purpose of the Community/School Partnership grant
program is to link school and community tobacco
prevention and control efforts in order to achieve
maximum impact. Programs should focus their efforts on
supporting and implementing policy-based interventions
that address one or more of the following goals:
- Prevent tobacco use among youth and young adults
- Promote quitting of all tobacco products
- Eliminate all types of exposure to tobacco use
- Strive to achieve health equity in tobacco control
Priority populations include:
- American Indians
- Pregnant and postpartum women
- People of low socio-economic status
- People with behavioral health conditions
- Youth and young adults
Community/School Partnership grants are awarded to local
government and nonprofit community-based organizations,
coalitions, and groups that support the mission of the
South Dakota Tobacco Cessation Plan.
Links to application instructions and the online
application are available on the
program website when applications are being accepted.
American Indian or Alaska Native · Children and youth · Community and faith-based initiatives · Networking and collaboration · Schools · Tobacco use · Women · South Dakota
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