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Idaho Case Study

Strategic Planning Process to Address Tobacco-Related Disparities in Idaho


Estimated labor costs$ 15000.00
Estimated cost of materials, promotional efforts, printing, etc.$ 30000.00
Estimated total cost of conducting policy and/or program intervention$ 45000.00

Budget Notes

$15,000 was set aside for the contract with the facilitator.

$3,500 was earmarked for travel to three CDC-required meetings in Atlanta.

$26,500 was required for travel to three statewide meetings for 33 Workgroup Members

Staff time of the Project Director and Project Secretary were provided in-kind by the state

Funding Sources

State Funding

Funding Notes

Funding was provided to 14 states by the CDC in a competitive process to develop and implement a strategic planning process that would result in a strategic plan to build capacity to address and eliminate disparities.

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