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Quitline Funding Announcement

State and Territory Awards were announced September 24, 2010

State Supplemental Funding for Healthy Communities totaling $3.7 million ($3,772,962) is being divided among 46 locations. The funds will be used to help states implement plans to reduce tobacco use through legislative, regulatory, and educational arenas, as well as enhance and expand the national network of tobacco cessation quitlines to significantly increase the number of tobacco users who quit. This funding is possible under the new Prevention and Public Health Fund created by the Affordable Care Act.

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Awardees and funding levels for these tobacco prevention and control efforts are:

  • $74,227 to Alabama Department of Public Health
  • $83,936 to Arizona Department of Health Services
  • $64,867 to Arkansas Department of Health
  • $240,173 to California Department of Public Health
  • $73,927 to Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment
  • $68,102 to Connecticut Department of Public Health
  • $54,554 to Delaware Department of Health and Social Services
  • $53,080 to District of Columbia Department of Health
  • $145,380 to Florida Department of Health
  • $100,573 to Georgia Department of Community Health
  • $50,000 to Guam Department of Public Health & Social Services
  • $57,953 to Idaho Department of Health and Welfare
  • $116,426 to Illinois Department of Public Health
  • $83,048 to Indiana State Department of Health
  • $65,476 to Iowa Department of Public Health
  • $64,045 to Kansas Department of Health and Environment
  • $72,033to Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services
  • $73,112 to Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals
  • $53,098 to Maine Department of Health and Human Services
  • $79,325 to Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene
  • $83,924 to Massachusetts Office of Health and Human Services
  • $101,296 to Michigan Department of Community Health
  • $77,095 to Minnesota Department of Health
  • $80,807 to Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services
  • $59,244 to Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services
  • $63,169 to Nevada State Department of Health and Human Services
  • $56,815 to New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services
  • $94,802 to New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services
  • $60,340 to New Mexico Department of Health
  • $150,543 to New York Department of Health
  • $98,266 to North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services
  • $109,388 to Ohio Department of Health
  • $68,970 to Oklahoma State Department of Health
  • $69,683 to Oregon State Department of Health and Human Services
  • $114,853 to Pennsylvania Department of Health
  • $70,412 to Puerto Rico Department of Health
  • $73,468 to South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control
  • $54,180 to South Dakota Department of Health
  • $82,395 to Tennessee Department of Health
  • $100,000 to Texas Department of State Health Services
  • $63,874 to Utah Department of Health
  • $90,557 to Virginia Department of Health
  • $84,288 to Washington State Department of Health
  • $59,363 to West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources
  • $79,095 to Wisconsin Department of Health Services
  • $52,800 to Wyoming Department of Health
 
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