The United Way in partnership with the Rhode Island Department of Health's Tobacco Control Program (RITCP) invites applications from not for profit grassroots organizations, agencies, schools and programs that have existing teen programs (ages 13-17) to participate in three educational events that will boost awareness about the dangers of tobacco use and promote tobacco free living among youth in Rhode Island. Complete Application Deadline has been extended to Friday, December 2, 2016 4PM.
Application and Scope of Work W-9 form
The Rhode Island Department of Health has received $940,000 per year for four years from Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to implement statewide intervention and prevention efforts to address the drug overdose epidemic. The project begins September 15th, 2015. more
This federal grant gives states control of funding so they can tailor prevention and health promotion programs to the diverse, complex, and constantly changing public health needs of their individual communities. more
A federal block grant to support programs aimed at early childhood, middle childhood, adolescent, children with special health care needs, pregnant women and women across the lifespan. more