The South Dakota Tobacco Control Program is excited to announce two Request for Applications opening on January 19, 2024
The Tobacco Disparities Request For Application (RFA) is to promote health equity by incorporating a long-term change aimed at reducing disparate commercial tobacco use among the following SD TCP priority populations: American Indians, pregnant and postpartum women, people of low socioeconomic status (SES), and the behavioral health populations. The funding maximum is $25,000.
The Tobacco Youth & Community Engagement RFA is designed to focus on engaging youth and young adults as well as their community in tobacco efforts including tobacco prevention (including e-cigarettes) and cessation. Applicants should focus their efforts on supporting and implementing evidence-based interventions and activities that are specifically for youth (under 18 years old), young adults (18-24 years old), or community-based efforts to learn about tobacco prevention and cessation. The funding maximum is $25,000.
These two RFA opportunities will open for application submissions on January 19, 2024 and will close at 5 p.m. (CST) on March 15, 2024. To view more details visit: https://quittobaccosd.com/resources/request-for-application
Feel free to share this information with someone who may be interested in these two RFA opportunities. If you have any interest in applying for both or either individual RFAs, or you know any local groups that might be interested, please feel to reach out.