Empowering Rural Communities in California to End the Tobacco Epidemic
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California Department of Public Health
The California Department of Public Health is offering
funding to implement policy, systems, and environmental
change strategies by engaging rural residents to address
Projects should implement a scope of work that includes
community education, capacity building, community
organizing, coordination, and collaboration activities.
Eligible applicants are California public and private
nonprofit entities including, but not limited to:
- Local health departments
- Community clinics
- Voluntary health organizations
- Colleges and universities
- County offices of education
- School districts
- Health maintenance organizations
- Professional health associations
- Professional health education associations
Amount of funding
Awards will be up to $60,000 for the first 3-month period
and $240,000 for the remaining 12-month period. Funding
will not exceed a total amount of $300,000 for the
15-month grant term.
Community engagement and volunteerism · Networking and collaboration · Policy · Tobacco use · California
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