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CG 20-10005 Advancing Momentum for a Tobacco-Free California

Closed (2019-11-21)

The California Department of Public Health intends to award grants to the following agencies in response to Request for Applications CG #20-10005, Advancing Momentum for a Tobacco-Free California:

  1. America On Track
  2. Bay Area Community Resources, Inc.
  3. Breathe California of Sacramento – Emigrant Trails
  4. Breathe California of the Bay Area
  5. California Health Collaborative – Regional Advocates Countering Tobacco
  6. California Health Collaborative – Smoke Free High Country
  7. California Health Collaborative – Smoke Free North Coast
  8. California Health Collaborative – Smoke Free North State
  9. Community Action Service and Advocacy
  10. Education Training and Research Associates
  11. Fresno County Economic Opportunities Commission
  12. Health And Social Policy Institute
  13. Koreatown Youth and Community Center
  14. Northern California Center for Well-Being
  15. National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence – Orange County
  16. Public Health Foundation Enterprises, Inc.
  17. Public Health Foundation Enterprises, Inc. dba Helena Health
  18. San Dieguito for Drug Free Youth
  19. San Francisco Study Center, Inc.
  20. Social Advocates for Youth (SAY) San Diego
  21. The URSA Institute
  22. Vista Community Clinic


The purpose of this RFA is to fund progressive projects with three or more years of demonstrated agency experience and capabilities in tobacco control, that will advance proven strategies to prevent and reduce tobacco use, strengthen partnerships with priority populations, increase the reach and impact of tobacco control programs in underserved areas, and rigorously pursue tobacco-free policies with a broad range of proven and innovative approaches and partners. This RFA seeks to fund experienced tobacco control partners to conceive, implement, and evaluate progressive plans that respond to service gaps and areas of need in the current tobacco control landscape. This RFA will fund approximately thirty-five (35) projects, which may be implemented at the local, regional, or statewide level.