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|Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance Number: 93.058|
|Link||view program website|
|Sponsor||National Institutes of Health|
Letter of Intent
Apr 9, 2012
Application: May 9, 2012
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The purpose of the Tobacco Regulation Awareness, Communication, and Education Program is to assist entities to establish or expand health education and communication programs at the community level congruent with the Tobacco Control Act.
The Program will advance public health by supporting community-based programs that work to identify and disseminate evidence-based, community-level best practices and improving access to standardized, community-level data.
Strong applications will seek to educate and communicate to:
Funding recipients must implement a comprehensive public education and/or communication program that addresses federal tobacco regulations and the public health goals which flow directly from them, as identified in the applicant’s needs assessment and that will improve health outcomes for members of target population(s).
|Eligibility||This cooperative agreement program is only available to eligible organizations who demonstrate collaboration between at least one governmental agency and at least one community-based organization. If a lead applicant is a government agency, it must partner with at least one community-based organization. If a lead applicant is a community-based organization, it must partner with a governmental agency.
The following organizations/entities are eligible to apply:
|A total of 12-15 awards will be granted equaling $22,500,000 depending on the availability of funds.
Maximum size award: $1,500,000
Maximum project period: Four (4) years
See full program description and application procedures at http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/rfa-files/RFA-FD-12-002.html.
|Tagged as||Public health, Substance abuse|
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