Tobacco Recovery and Wellness for the Behavioral Health Community
UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO, DENVER
Approved: November 2012
Grant Period: December 2012 – December 2014
This program aims to reduce unnecessary death and disability due to tobacco use among persons with mental illnesses and addictions. One primary objective of the project will include reaching over 37,000 organizational leaders, direct service providers, and peers with mental illnesses and addictions across the United States through evidence‐based training, technical assistance, and practical resources It will also measure the effectiveness and sustainability of outreach, training, and technical assistance through a robust impact evaluation.