The purpose of mini-grant funding is to increase safe behaviors, such as teen driving, buckling up, and the proper use of child passenger restraints. This funding should be used to strengthen community partnerships with agencies that have the ability to reach or access groups of people with increased health risks associated with tobacco use.
Central Utah Public Health Department uses funds to fund mini-grants with local community agencies, schools, or coalitions. All mini-grant projects must be used as a strategy to ultimately lead to lasting sustainable change.
For more information about mini-grants, contact your local county office.
VIPP Award Criteria