Tobacco Grant Program Review Committee
The Tobacco Review Committee oversees the strategic planning and funding recommendations for the State Tobacco Education, Prevention and Education Grant Program.
The Tobacco Grant Program, on behalf of the Colorado Board of Health, is currently seeking professionals to serve on the statutorily mandated Review Committee in the following positions:
- Represents a socio-demographic disadvantaged population in Colorado.
- Representative of a Local Public Health Agency (LPHA).
All applicants must submit:
- An application form.
- Resume or curriculum vitae.
- Statement of interest.
- A brief biography.
- Letter of support.
Applications are due at 5 p.m., Friday, August 2, 2019. Applicants who reside outside of the Denver metro area and particularly in rural areas of the state are strongly encouraged to apply. Please see the vacancy announcement and application form for more details.
Next committee meeting | meeting materials
The July 19 Tobacco Review Committee meeting is canceled.
The next Tobacco Review Committee meeting will be held Friday, August 16, 2019, from 1 to 4:30 p.m. at CDPHE, 4300 Cherry Creek Drive South, Denver, 80246.
Committee meetings are open to the public. You may attend in person or via phone conference.
To call in, please dial the conference access number:
877-820-7831 toll-free or 720-279-0026 if you’re calling from the Denver metro area.
Then dial the participant passcode: 897463#.
Press *6 to mute your phone.
To attend the meeting via webinar, please use this URL:
The committee meets on the third Friday of each month from 1 to 4:30 p.m.
About the review committee
The committee is a 16-member working advisory board that develops funding priorities, reviews grant applications and makes recommendations to the Board of Health for the grant program.
Volunteer members are appointed by the Board of Health, the Legislature and our executive director, and serve a three-year term.
The Tobacco Education, Prevention and Cessation Grant Program Review Committee was created in 2005 by Amendment 35 (House Bill 05-1262) with the responsibility for “ensuring that program priorities are established consistent with the Colorado tobacco prevention and control strategic plan, overseeing program strategies and activities, and ensuring that the program grants are in compliance with Section 25-3.5-805” of the Colorado Revised Statutes. (CRS 25-3.5-804 (5)).