Want to get your community involved in Youth Tobacco Prevention? Now is your chance.

The Alabama Department of Public Health (ADPH) is pleased to release a Request for Proposal (RFP) for its Alabama Youth Tobacco Prevention Program.

We Get It is an Alabama Youth Tobacco Prevention campaign that works with the Alabama Department of Public Health and different organizations around the state to restrict the marketing of Big Tobacco to Alabama’s kids.

Is your organization, school, or youth group heading the charge? Do you want to get involved? FIND OUT HOW!

Youth Tobacco Prevention and Control Program

Would you like to make a social change on tobacco use?


Children’s of Alabama

Children’s of Alabama is the only medical center in Alabama dedicated solely to the care and treatment of children. It is a private, not-for-profit medical center that serves as the primary site of the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) pediatric medicine, surgery, psychiatry, research and residency programs.


Council on Substance Abuse

The Council on Substance Abuse (COSA-NCADD) is a private non-profit organization founded in 1973 to promote the understanding that alcoholism and other drug dependence are preventable and treatable diseases. COSA-NCADD is the state affiliate of the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependency (NCADD) and a member of the Community Anti-Drug Coalition of America (CADCA).


Decatur Youth Services

Decatur Youth Services (DYS) works to combat the problems that challenge our youth; such as the high rate of illiteracy, teen pregnancy, drug/alcohol/tobacco abuse among teens, and juvenile delinquency. At DYS, our program “WINS-We Intend Not To Smoke” is intended to enhance the capacity of state agencies and organizations to design, implement, and evaluate tobacco prevention and control programs for the purposes of preventing young people from using tobacco, alternative tobacco products, and helping current users quit.


Mobile County Health Department

The Mobile County Health Department (MCHD) works to promote, improve, and protect the health of Mobile County. MCHD and their youth group, Students Working Against Tobacco (SWAT), work to deter youth initiation to tobacco and exposure to secondhand smoke.


PRIDE of Tuscaloosa

PRIDE (Parents Resource Institute for Drug Education) of Tuscaloosa is the only non-profit organization dedicated to drug, alcohol and tobacco prevention in Tuscaloosa County. PRIDE promotes education, programming and information to reduce substance abuse and prevent the onset of addiction in our community. “Get Educated. Not Addicted.”


Troy University

Troy University is a public, historic, international university with more than 145,000 alumni. Students choose TROY for its quality academic programs, reasonable costs and availability of financial aid, outstanding faculty, and flexible in-class and online class offerings. Students on the Troy, Ala. campus enjoy a traditional college experience, while working adult students are the centers of attention at campuses in Dothan, Montgomery and Phenix City, Ala., as well as at locations around the world and online.


Child Abuse Prevention Services

Child Abuse Prevention Services of Tuscaloosa Inc. (CAPS) was founded in 1977 as Parents Anonymous of Tuscaloosa Inc. The name was changed to Child Abuse Prevention Services in 1992. Child Abuse Prevention Services of Tuscaloosa, Inc. is dedicated to the prevention and treatment of child abuse and neglect in our community. Through school based and community-based programs, CAPS provides education for children, parents, and the community at large. The programs are provided by trained and qualified staff.


Child Care Recource Center Inc – CCRS

Child Care Resource Center, Inc. is a non-profit, private agency that promotes quality child care through the provision of support services for child care providers, parents, employers, and communities. Funding to operate Child Care Resource Center is received through contracts and grants with government and corporate entities, as well as civic, charitable, and individual donors. Through a contract with the State Department of Human Resources, Child Care Resource Center serves as a child care quality contractor based in Opelika, Alabama. We serve a five county region (Lee, Chambers, Tallapoosa, Russell and Macon). We are governed by a 9 member board of directors. The board of directors is made up of community leaders, child advocates and partners.


Aliceville High School

Aliceville High School is located in Aliceville, AL. We are apart of The Pickens County School District. Our community takes pride in our academics and sports program. Aliceville also houses an Elementary & Middle School.


West Central Alabama AHEC

The WCAAHEC staff works with schools to prepare disadvantaged and underrepresented students for health careers and introduce students to wide assortment of health careers. We develop creative, hands-on, innovative learning opportunities for student to explore various health careers, many they never knew existed. We help coordinate shadowing opportunities, and offer students an opportunity to participate in college tours and health career summer camp.


City of Decatur Decatur Youth Services

The establishment of the Youth Services Department for the City of Decatur was developed after the Mayor formed a Task Force to study and find solutions to the economical, social, and educational problems that directly affect the quality of life of our young citizens. One of the Task Force recommendations was to employ someone to be in charge of disseminating information about problem/solution programs, gather data, identify targeted at-risk youth, promote education efforts, review enforcement programs, and work with public and private agencies as well as volunteer agencies to coordinate and implement programs which would mitigate the social disorders underlying youth criminal activity. In October, 1994, Bruce W. Jones, LBSW, was hired as the City of Decatur’s Youth Services Director.


Franklin County School System

Located in beautiful Northwest Alabama, we invite you to visit the schools and communities of Franklin County.

The Franklin County School System subscribes to the belief that the primary function of the public schools is to promote the understanding, maintenance and improvement of the American way of life. To that end, the curriculum in the Franklin County Schools shall promote the development of democratic values and shall be based on a program of instruction in academic, technical subjects, fine arts, vocational/technical skills, citizenship, cultural development and enhancement of moral and spiritual values.