Youth TPC Program
Youth Tobacco Prevention and Control Program RFP 2018-2019
The Alabama Department of Public Health (ADPH) is pleased to release a Request for Proposal (RFP) for its Alabama Youth Tobacco Prevention Program.
ADPH is seeking competitive proposals to affect social norm change around tobacco use, address the marketing of emerging products to youth, promote policies that protect youth from nicotine initiation and exposure to secondhand smoke, and promote tobacco cessation.
The RFP provides specific information and instructions for developing and submitting proposals. Please review the RFP carefully to obtain a clear understanding of its objectives, applicant criteria, and submission requirements. A pre-application call will be held on Monday, September 24 at 1 p.m. To join the call, dial 1-888-822-7517, enter meeting room number 800356#. The applications are due by 12 noon CST on Friday, October 15, 2018.
The Alabama Quitline is a toll-free, telephone-based tobacco cessation service (1-800 Quit Now or 1-800-784-8669) for all Alabama residents that provides free counseling and up to eight weeks of nicotine patches to medically eligible callers enrolled in the program. Services are also available at www.QuitNowAlabama.com.
Visit Youth Quitline Materials for free print materials that promote the Alabama Quitline.
The Youth Tobacco Program has a Facebook fan page just for teens. It is a great place for teens to find out about the Alabama Tobacco Quitline.
- Alabama You Choose - Facebook
Tobacco Facts and Other Information
- The State of Youth Tobacco Prevention and Control Spending in Alabama: Struggles, Consequences, and Solutions
- Tobacco News and Information
- The Toll of Tobacco Fact Sheet
- ASH Publications
- American Cancer Society
- American Lung Association
- Campaign for Tobacco Free Kids
- Foundation for Smoke-Free America
- Great American Smokeout
- Kick Butts Day
- Red Ribbon Week
- World No Tobacco Day
- Y Street
Page last updated: September 7, 2018