Tobacco Cessation and Prevention Program Funding
Tobacco Cessation & Prevention Grant Program (TCPP)
The State of New Mexico Indian Affairs Department (IAD) is focused on building tribal capacity to implement culturally appropriate tobacco cessation and prevention initiatives that recognize the unique ceremonial uses of tobacco while reducing the use of commercial tobacco use and its harmful effects.
IAD received an appropriation from the New Mexico Legislature for Tobacco Cessation and Prevention Programs. This is funded out of the Tobacco Settlement Fund and is used to fund direct tobacco cessation and prevention campaigns in Native American communities.
Interested in Applying?
This funding opportunity is available for a federally recognized tribe or Native-serving organization within the State of New Mexico. Each year, a Notice of Funding Announcement (NOFA) will be placed on our website notifying all interested parties of new monies available. Each applying entity is limited to applying for one Tobacco Cessation and Prevention program. Proposals should articulate a project plan and establish a budget that appropriately aligns with that plan.
Any questions regarding the application or process please call: Drew Roybal Chavez, CFO at 505-690-2997