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 iconexternal icon1 on their investment, mostly in averted health care costs to treat smoking-related illness.
|Quitline Funding (PPHF)||Total Funding|
|Mariana Islands (CNMI)||$139,418||n/a||$139,418|
|Guam onlineexternal iconexternal icon||$199,031||$50,000||$249,031|
|Republic of Palau||$124,995||n/a||$124,995|
|Puerto Rico onlineexternal iconexternal 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|
To view and download state tobacco control program fact sheets, see State Fact Sheets.
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.
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