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PPHF 2018: Office of Smoking and Health-National State-Based Tobacco Control Programs-Financed in part by 2018 Prevention and Public Health funds (PPHF)

$286,144,993

Total Assistance, FY 2008 to Present
Agency: CENTERS FOR DISEASE CONTROL AND PREVENTION, HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES, DEPARTMENT OF
Assistance Type: COOPERATIVE AGREEMENTS
Popular Name: National Tobacco Control Program
CFDA Number
93.305

Objectives: This cooperative agreement program addresses tobacco use and secondhand smoke exposure in the United States and supports four National Tobacco Control Program goals to (1) Prevent initiation of tobacco use among youth and young adults; (2) Eliminate exposure to secondhand smoke; (3) Promote quitting among adults and youth; and (4) Identify and eliminate tobacco related disparities. Achievement of these goals will reduce chronic disease morbidity, mortality, and disability related to tobacco use and secondhand smoke exposure. This cooperative agreement program relates to Healthy People 2020 objectives in the topic area of Tobacco Use. In addition, this cooperative agreement program supports the Government Performance Results Modernization Act Long-term Objective 4.6: Reduce Death and Disability Due to Tobacco and the following measures: Tobacco Measure: 4.6 - Reduce death and disability due to tobacco use; 4.6.2 - Reduce per capita cigarette consumption in the U.S. per adult age 18+; 4.6.3 - Reduce the proportion of adults (age 18 and over) who are current cigarette smokers; 4.6.4 – Increase the proportion of the U.S. population covered by comprehensive state and/or local laws making workplaces, restaurants, and bars 100% smoke free (no smoking allowed, no exceptions); 4.6.5 - Reduce the proportion of adolescents (grade 9-12) who are current cigarette smokers. Furthermore, this cooperative agreement program supports national public health priorities and strategic plans including: (1) Centers for Disease Control’s Winnable Battles; (2) Department of Health and Human Service’s Ending the Tobacco Epidemic and Strategic Plan; (3) National Prevention Council’s National Prevention Strategy; (4) Institute of Medicine’s, Ending the Tobacco Problem; and (5) numerous Surgeon General Reports.

 
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