Lessons learned from the SmokeLess States evaluation (Phase 2)--assessment of the role of coalitions

The Foundation's SmokeLess States: National Tobacco Policy Initiative is a program that supports development and implementation of comprehensive statewide strategies to reduce tobacco use through education, treatment, and policy initiatives.This grant supports the evaluation team in developing and disseminating products that summarize the lessons learned from the SmokeLess States evaluation study, and refining and disseminating new tools for practical coalition self-assessments. Products will be developed for two audiences: (1) those who implement and manage tobacco control programs using the coalition model; and (2) those who evaluate such programs.This award was made with the understanding that no Robert Wood Johnson Foundation funds would be used for lobbying of any kind.

Grant Details

Amount Awarded $267,808.00

Awarded on: 9/29/1997

Time frame: 10/1/1997 - 1/31/1998

Grant Number: 26977


George Washington University Medical Center

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Shoshanna Sofaer
Project Director