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NATIONAL AND STATE TOBACCO CONTROL PROGRAM - 02


Location
Hawaii
Publication Date
03/23/2020 10:58 AM EDT
Closing Date
03/27/2020 10:30 PM EDT
Issuing Organization
State of Hawaii - Department of Health
Solicitation Number
Description

Specifications include, but are not limited to: Pursuant to Chapter 103D-301, Hawaii Revised Statutes and Chapter 3-122-16, Subchapter 4.5, Hawaii Administrative Rules, “Source Selection for Federal Grant,” the Department of Health (DOH) requests input and comments from current and prospective providers for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) notice of funding opportunity (NOFO) CDC-RFA-DP20- 2001 National and State Tobacco Control Program. The purpose of the funding is to expand evidence-based, culturally appropriate policy, systems, and environmental strategies that address the four National Tobacco Control Program goals: 1) Prevent initiation of tobacco use (including emerging products and e-cigarettes) among youth and young adults; 2) Promote quitting among adults and youth; 3) Eliminate exposure to secondhand smoke; and 4) Identify and eliminate tobacco-related disparities among population groups at greatest risk. Among the priority populations at greatest risk for tobacco use is the Native Hawaiian population who are over-represented in nearly all data categories relating to smoking and exposure to secondhand smoke. The State is seeking interest from a local lead agency (provider) to implement tobacco control strategies and activities in Native Hawaiian communities using a population-based approach that contributes to changes in social norms and behaviors related to tobacco use and dependence and secondhand smoke exposure. The request is issued for the purpose of including provider(s) in the federal grant application and if awarded, may result in a contract of up to five (5) years with the provider(s). Emphasis by the applicant should be placed on implementing community-based policy, system, and environmental strategies and activities using a community-led approach to address Native Hawaiians that are disparately affected by tobacco use and dependence and secondhand smoke exposure in a selected community. The interested provider(s) must have a demonstrated track record of successfully working with the Native Hawaiian population affected by tobacco-related disparities and demonstrate impact/ improvement in at least one of the following social determinates of health: a. Access to health services b. Access to social support services c. Safe housing d. Access to healthy food options e. Access to transportation f. Job opportunities g. Active living opportunities h. Public safety

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