Nelson Hardiman would like to share with you a new funding opportunity for community in-patient residential behavioral health facilities, non-profit alcohol and drug treatment programs, and non-profit behavioral health treatment programs that provide services to adults throughout California.
The California Tobacco Control Program (CTCP) and the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) have jointly released a Request for Applications (RFA) for the Tobacco-Free for Recovery Project. According to the CDPH, the purpose of the project is to “reduce tobacco use and promote wellness policies and activities among individuals with behavioral health and substance use disorders in community residential behavioral health facilities.” According to the CTCP, the total amount of funding available is up to $540,000 for 15 projects in an 18-month grant period.
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