National Tobacco Control Program Funding

CDC is the only federal agency that provides funding to help support all 50 states, the District of Columbia, 8 U.S. territories, and 12 tribal organizations for tobacco control efforts. Tobacco prevention and control is one of the “best buys” in public health: states with strong tobacco control programs have demonstrated achievement of a $55:$1 returnexternal icon1 on their investment, mostly in averted health care costs to treat smoking-related illness.

 

FY 2018 Funding

In FY 2018, CDC supported tobacco control programs in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, 8 US territories or jurisdictions, and 12 tribal organizations. In addition, CDC provided funding to states and territories to ensure and expand state quitline capacity.

 

FY 2018 Funding by State
State Website Links State Fact Sheet FY 2018 Funding
National Tobacco Control Program Quitline Funding (PPHF) Total Funding
Alabama onlineexternal icon Alabama facts $983,882 $308,365 $1,292,247
Alaska onlineexternal icon Alaska facts $837,405 $50,000 $887,405
Arizona onlineexternal icon Arizona facts $991,741 $295,540 $1,287,281
Arkansas onlineexternal icon Arkansas facts $924,535 $196,071 $1,120,606
California onlineexternal icon California facts $2,341,706 $1,271,588 $3,613,293
Colorado* onlineexternal icon Colorado facts $1,123,373 $0 $1,123,373
Connecticut onlineexternal icon Connecticut facts $824,868 $156,799 $981,667
Delaware onlineexternal icon Delaware facts $677,843 $50,000 $727,843
Florida onlineexternal icon Florida facts $1,653,523 $949,856 $2,603,379
Georgia onlineexternal icon Georgia facts $1,050,298 $531,097 $1,581,395
Hawaii onlineexternal icon Hawaii facts $856,418 $55,727 $912,145
Idaho onlineexternal icon Idaho facts $879,105 $67,182 $946,287
Illinois onlineexternal icon Illinois facts $918,964 $639,440 $1,558,404
Indiana onlineexternal icon Indiana facts $888,850 $415,928 $1,304,777
Iowa onlineexternal icon Iowa facts $878,000 $149,121 $1,027,121
Kansas onlineexternal icon Kansas facts $976,146 $146,941 $1,123,087
Kentucky onlineexternal icon Kentucky facts $1,138,751 $333,405 $1,472,156
Louisiana onlineexternal icon Louisiana facts $930,252 $302,766 $1,233,018
Maine onlineexternal icon Maine facts $817,114 $75,633 $892,747
Maryland onlineexternal icon Maryland facts $967,914 $257,756 $1,225,670
Massachusetts onlineexternal icon Massachusetts facts $1,804,463 $301,392 $2,105,855
Michigan onlineexternal icon Michigan facts $1,371,004 $621,837 $1,992,841
Minnesota onlineexternal icon Minnesota facts $990,594 $270,286 $1,260,880
Mississippi onlineexternal icon Mississippi facts $844,560 $188,342 $1,032,902
Missouri onlineexternal icon Missouri facts $1,130,644 $386,781 $1,517,425
Montana* onlineexternal icon Montana facts $842,472 $0 $842,472
Nebraska onlineexternal icon Nebraska facts $953,037 $96,096 $1,049,133
Nevada onlineexternal icon Nevada facts $794,315 $132,893 $927,208
New Hampshire onlineexternal icon New Hampshire facts $834,840 $63,034 $897,874
New Jersey onlineexternal icon New Jersey facts $969,371 $414,528 $1,383,899
New Mexico* onlineexternal icon New Mexico facts $947,463 $0 $947,463
New York onlineexternal icon New York facts $2,286,696 $868,907 $3,155,603
North Carolina onlineexternal icon North Carolina facts $1,544,007 $546,730 $2,090,737
North Dakota onlineexternal icon North Dakota facts $878,674 $50,000 $928,674
Ohio onlineexternal icon Ohio facts $1,080,505 $725,038 $1,805,544
Oklahoma onlineexternal icon Oklahoma facts $1,024,538 $234,925 $1,259,463
Oregon onlineexternal icon Oregon facts $974,609 $190,594 $1,165,203
Pennsylvania onlineexternal icon Pennsylvania facts $1,240,492 $751,669 $1,992,161
Rhode Island onlineexternal icon Rhode Island facts $1,500,000 $50,837 $1,550,837
South Carolina* onlineexternal icon South Carolina facts $1,081,215 $0 $1,081,215
South Dakota onlineexternal icon South Dakota facts $830,166 $50,000 $880,166
Tennessee onlineexternal icon Tennessee facts $1,073,875 $432,954 $1,506,829
Texas onlineexternal icon Texas facts $1,644,329 $1,216,377 $2,860,706
Utah onlineexternal icon Utah facts $1,001,344 $73,071 $1,074,415
Vermont onlineexternal icon Vermont facts $873,070 $50,000 $923,070
Virginia onlineexternal icon Virginia facts $908,685 $421,369 $1,330,054
Washington onlineexternal icon Washington facts $1,081,051 $320,152 $1,401,203
Washington, D.C. onlineexternal icon Washington, D.C. facts $672,358 $50,000 $722,358
West Virginia onlineexternal icon West Virginia facts $828,525 $145,390 $973,916
Wisconsin onlineexternal icon Wisconsin facts $939,115 $315,152 $1,254,267
Wyoming* onlineexternal icon Wyoming facts $835,431 $0 $835,431
TOTAL $54,442,136 $15,221,569 $69,663,703
*State did not apply for quitline funding

 

FY 2018 Funding by Territory
Territories National Tobacco Control Program Quitline Funding (PPHF) Total Funding
American Samoa $129,803 n/a $129,803
Mariana Islands (CNMI) $139,418 n/a $139,418
Micronesia (FSM) $201,913 n/a $201,913
Guam onlineexternal icon $199,031 $50,000 $249,031
Republic of Palau $124,995 n/a $124,995
Puerto Rico onlineexternal icon $601,373 $124,404 $725,777
Marshall Islands (RMI) $96,150 n/a $96,150
Virgin Islands (USVI) onlineexternal icon $192,300 n/a $192,300
TOTAL $1,684,983 $174,404 $1,859,387

 

FY 2018 Funding by Tribal Grantee
Tribal Grantee FY 2018 PPHF Funding
Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium $144,225
Albuquerque Area Indian Health Board, Inc. $144,225
California Rural Indian Health Board $144,225
Great Lakes Inter-Tribal Council, Inc. $144,225
Great Plains Tribal Chairmen’s Health Board $144,225
Inter -Tribal Council of Arizona, Inc. $144,225
Navajo Nation $120,225
Northwest Portland Area Indian Health Board $144,225
Southern Plains (Oklahoma City Area Inter) Tribal Health Board $144,225
Rocky Mountain Tribal Leaders Council $144,225
United Indian Health Services, Inc. $144,225
United South and Eastern Tribes, Inc. $144,225
TOTAL $1,706,700

 

To view and download state tobacco control program fact sheets, see State Fact Sheets.

Reference

  1. Lightwood J, Glantz SA. The effect of the California tobacco control program on smoking prevalence, cigarette consumption, and healthcare costs: 1989–2008. PLoS One 2013;8(2):e47145.