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Community Based Multi-Drug Prevention

Community Based E-Cig, Marijuana, and other drug prevention grant program

This grant program, hosted by TriCounty Health Department (for the Duchesne, Daggett and Uintah County area) allows community organizations (education, 501(c)3, others) to receive funding to address issues regarding youth access and use of electronic cigarettes, marijuana, and other drugs in our community. 

See link to apply for your organization to be part of this program. Print the form and return via email

Funding opportunity Description

The TriCounty Health Department (TCHD) is seeking proposals for projects that address root causes and factors associated with the youth’s use of electronic cigarettes, marijuana, and other drugs.
Substance misuse/abuse continues to be an important public health concern. Evidence shows that the initiation of substance use in adolescence can lead to higher levels of misuse, abuse, and substance use disorders later in life. TCHD is interested in working with and supporting community coalitions and organizations in the early prevention of adverse outcomes related to youth substance abuse.
The aim of this funding is to identify innovative projects and partnerships across Daggett, Duchesne, and Uintah counties that are committed to addressing risk or protective factors identified in the Utah Student Health and Risk Prevention Statewide Survey.
Risk and protective factors have important implications for youth’s academic success, positive youth development, and prevention of health and behavior problems. By measuring risk and protective factors in a population, specific risk factors that are elevated and widespread can be identified and targeted by policies, programs, and actions shown to reduce those risk factors and promote protective factors.
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