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WEBSITE OF THE STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
Joan Adam, Secretary of Health

Tobacco Prevention and Control Program

The Tobacco Prevention and Control Program (TPCP) coordinates state efforts to prevent people from starting to use tobacco products, help current tobacco users quit, and reduce nonsmokers' exposure to second-hand smoke.

South Dakota Tobacco Control State Plan 2020-2025 | One-Page Overview
Publications Catalog | Local Tobacco Prevention Coordinators

SD Quitline Training and Resources

Missouri Breaks' Canlí Coalition of CRST request applications for $5,000 Mini-Grants to coordinate tobacco events/activities for American Indian populations in South Dakota.

Eligibility: If you meet any of the criteria below, you are eligible to apply for this funding opportunity.

Criteria:

  • Federally recognized tribes located in South Dakota
  • Businesses, schools, or organizations serving American Indian populations in South Dakota
  • Individuals intending to serve American Indian populations in South Dakota with a fiscal sponsor

Required Documentation:

  • Letter of support from the director of the appropriate tribal department
  • Letter of support from the business, school, or organization administrator documenting the approximate percent of American Indian people served
  • Letter of support from the fiscal sponsor documenting their agreement to receive and disburse funds, and assume budgetary, legal, programmatic, and administrative responsibility for the individual.

Mini-Grant Flyer

Application (downloads a Word document)

Sample Application

Important Dates

November 2, 2022: Webinar for applicants 3 pm MT (recording available upon request)

November 23, 2022: Applications due by 5 pm MT

December 1, 2022: Awards announced

December 1 to May 31, 2022: Funding period (6 months)

Fundable Events/Activities

Any ideas found on the Canlí Coalition's Tribal Tobacco Advocacy Toolkit available at are eligible for funding. The use of guides are strongly encouraged when applicable. Below are a few examples.

Build a Tobacco Coalition: This could include recruiting, determining your goal and objectives, marketing and branding your coalition, and hold meetings.

Collect & Share Data: Examples include (1) collecting a school survey to determine rates of tobacco use (see guide here) and/or support for a smoke-free policy; (2) a community business assessment to identify locations with secondhand smoke concerns, or (3) a tobacco retailer assessment to learn about the products available, prices, advertising, flavors, etc (see guide here)

Tobacco Media Campaign: Host a contest to get local art or digital media focused on tobacco. Then use the winning entries to purchase ads, banners, or promotional items to raise awareness
about tobacco in your community.

Tobacco Event: Coordinate an event in your community to raise awareness about commercial and/or traditional tobacco. Examples include (1) Walk & Talk event, (2) Great American Smokeout event for adults to quit for 1 day, or (3) Take Down Tobacco youth education event.

Secondhand Smoke Policy: Advocate for a new secondhand smoke policy, or strengthen an existing policy that is needed in your community and make plans to implement the policy once it is adopted. Examples include (1) Smoke-Free Park, (2) Smoke-Free PowWow, or (3) Smoke-Free Rodeo. Refer to this guide for assistance.

Contact

Rae at rae.oleary@mbiri.com or 605-964-1260 with questions.

Funding provided by South Dakota Department of Health Tobacco Control Program.

Partnership Grant

The Community/School Partnership Grant links school and community tobacco prevention and control efforts to achieve maximum impact. Partnership efforts are led by both community and school representatives and implement activities that impact both local school districts and the community-at-large.

Community/School Partnership Grant Guidance

Tobacco Control Program Grant Decision Tool

Catalyst Walkthrough 2022-2023

Catalyst Online Application

2022-2023 Budget Worksheet (Excel download)

South Dakota Tobacco Control State Plan 2020-2025 | One-Page Overview

Grant applications must be submitted by 5:00 pm CST on March 25, 2022.
Late applications will not be considered.

Important Dates

Grant Release: February 4, 2022
Application Deadline: March 25, 2022, 5:00 pm CT
Tentative Notice of Award: May 6, 2022
Grant Funding Period: June 1, 2022 - May 31, 2023
Final Reports Due: May 31, 2023

Request a Catalyst Log-in

The Community/School Partnership Grant application is done through a Catalyst Online Application Form. For those interested in applying who do not already have a Catalyst username and password, email DOH.info@state.sd.us with the subject line “Tobacco Grant Log-In” and include the following information:

  • First and last name
  • Email address
  • Position/title
  • Organization name
  • Organization address
  • Phone number

For assistance with Catalyst, please contact Spectrum Health Policy Research, Catalyst Support by emailing support@catalyst120.com or calling 770-935-0958.

Technical Assistance

The SD TPCP is committed to providing quality technical assistance whenever requested. However, to ensure no preferential treatment, applicants are expected to complete application forms and develop proposals without assistance from the DOH or entities with whom the DOH currently contracts. Questions will be taken to clarify any confusion on the application.

To provide uniform technical assistance to applicants, the SD TPCP will provide assistance on an individual level. Questions will be taken at any time during the grant application. All questions will be complied, and the answers to all Technical Assistance requests will be posted to this webpage in a document titled “CSP Grant Technical Assistance Q&A”. Please check the website periodically for the most updated list of technical assistance requests from all applicants. Please submit any requests for technical assistance or questions via email to DOH.info@state.sd.us. Please use “CSP Tobacco Grant Question” in the subject line of your email.

For assistance with Catalyst, please contact Spectrum Health Policy Research, Catalyst Support by calling 770-935-0958 or emailing support@catalyst120.com.

Disparities Grant

The Disparities Grant is used to promote health equity by incorporating a long-term change aimed at reducing disparate tobacco use among the following SD TPCP priority populations: youth and young adults, American Indians, pregnant women, people of low socioeconomic status (SES), and people with behavioral health conditions. Full descriptions of each priority population can be found in the Priority Population Guidelines, located on befreesd.com/about-us/priority-populations/overview/.

The 2022-2023 SD TCP Disparities Grant application release date is Friday, January 14, 2022.

Tobacco Disparities Grant Guidance 2022-2023

Tobacco Disparities Grant Catalyst Walkthrough 2022-2023

TCP Grant Decision Tool

Catalyst Online Application

Application Deadline: Applications must be submitted and finalized in Catalyst no later than 5:00 p.m. CST on March 11, 2022.

Important Dates

Grant Release: January 14, 2022
Application Deadline: March 11, 2022, 5:00 p.m. CST
Tentative Notice of Award: April 8, 2022
Grant Awards Accepted by Grantee: May 6, 2022, 5:00 p.m. CST in Catalyst
Grant Funding Period
: June 1, 2022 - May 31, 2023
Final Reports Due: May 31, 2023

Request a Catalyst Log-in

The Tobacco Disparities Grant application is done through a Catalyst Online Application Form. For those interested in applying who do not already have a Catalyst username and password, email DOH.info@state.sd.us with the subject line “Tobacco Grant Log-In” and include the following information:

  • First and last name
  • Email address
  • Position/title
  • Organization name
  • Organization address
  • Phone number

For assistance with Catalyst, please contact Spectrum Health Policy Research, Catalyst Support by emailing support@catalyst120.com or calling 770-935-0958.

Technical Assistance

The SD TPCP is committed to providing quality technical assistance whenever requested. However, to ensure no preferential treatment, applicants are expected to complete application forms and develop proposals without assistance from the DOH or entities with whom the DOH currently contracts. Questions will be taken to clarify any confusion on the application.

To provide uniform technical assistance to applicants, the SD TPCP will provide assistance on an individual level. Questions will be taken at any time during the grant application. All questions will be complied, and the answers to all Technical Assistance requests will be posted to this webpage in a document titled “Disparities Grant Technical Assistance Q&A”. Please check the website periodically for the most updated list of technical assistance requests from all applicants. Please submit any requests for technical assistance or questions via email to DOH.info@state.sd.us. Please use “Disparities Tobacco Grant Question” in the subject line of your email.

For assistance with Catalyst, please contact Spectrum Health Policy Research, Catalyst Support by calling 770-935-0958 or emailing support@catalyst120.com.

Webinars

VIRTUAL FACILITATION TIPS AND TOOLS

COMMUNITY/SCHOOL PARTNERSHIP WEBINARS

TOBACCO DISPARITIES WEBINARS

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SD Quitline Training and Resources

The South Dakota QuitLine offers training on many topics that can be helpful to health professionals who interact with tobacco users. Training can be delivered through a face-to-face presentation on-site, in a phone conference call, or via webinar.

  • Phone-based SD QuitLine – eligibility, referral process, coaching, medications
  • Web-based SD QuitLine
  • Tobacco use and impact data by SD counties
  • Tobacco and nicotine addiction
  • Smokeless tobacco – Health impacts and new products
  • Secondhand smoke – Health impacts
  • Chronic diseases and tobacco
  • Reluctant quitters/stages of change
  • Tobacco use and special populations
    • Native Americans
    • Youth 13-17 and 18-24
    • Pregnant women
    • Low SES
    • Behavioral Health
  • Tobacco dependence and hospitalized patients
  • SD QuitLine materials
  • SD QuitLine use (program evaluation data)
  • Social media supports for tobacco “quitters”

To request a training topic contact Roshal Rossman at 605-868-8229 or rrossman@bhssc.org. Trainings can be arranged with content tailored for your staff.

Program Resource Online Facilitator (PROF)

The South Dakota Department of Health has developed an online training program that is designed to educate and answer any questions you may have about the QuitLine.

With this easy, online training course you’ll learn:

  • About the effects of tobacco and the steps required to help those addicted seek help.
  • How to visit with your patients about tobacco use and refer them to the QuitLine.

PROF LogoOther PROF topics include:

  • The Toll of Tobacco in South Dakota
  • Priority Populations
  • Techniques to Talk About Tobacco
  • Services of the SD QuitLine
  • Tobacco and Chronic Disease

To find out more:
Go to www.dohprofsd.org
Click "My Training" in the vertical bar on the left.
If you are new to PROF, create an account.

Data Data

South Dakota Tobacco Control Program Websites

South Dakota Tobacco Control Program Resources

South Dakota Tobacco Law

South Dakota Tobacco Control Program Approved Curriculums

National Resources

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