(MDH) invites proposals to provide commercial tobacco prevention and control technical assistance and training support

The Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) invites proposals to provide commercial tobacco prevention and control technical assistance and training (TA) support to Office of Statewide Health Improvement Initiatives (OSHII) grantees and partners working to change policies, practices, systems, and environments to reduce commercial tobacco use and secondhand smoke exposure statewide. This opportunity will fund up to two (2) organizations to support, collaborate, and coordinate with MDH: OSHII grantees and partners to create community-driven and culturally responsive strategies to change community norms related to harmful use of commercial tobacco products.

Eligible applicants include nonprofit organizations, tribal governments, for-profit organizations, and community health boards/local public health offices. Letter of Intent to apply (optional but encouraged) deadline is Friday, July 15, with full applications due by Wednesday, August 10 at 4 p.m. Full RFP with detailed program and application information is available here.

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