NC Teen Tobacco Use Prevention and
Every three months, data from NC Health and Wellness Trust Fund
(HWTF) Teen Initiative Community/School and Priority Population
grantees are compiled and analyzed. The Quarterly Reports
provide an overall picture of grantee progress during the three
month period in relation to the four goals of the Teen
Initiative: reducing youth initiation of tobacco use, reducing
youth exposure to secondhand smoke, increasing youth access to
cessation services, and reducing health disparities among youth
attributable to tobacco use.
Semi-Annual Survey Reports
Twice each year, NC Health and Wellness Trust Fund (HWTF)
grantees for the Teen Initiative complete a Semi-Annual Survey.
This survey assesses program progress and utilization of
technical assistance and resource providers. Grantees also
provide narratives describing major accomplishments.
TPEP’s Annual Report for the NC Health and Wellness Trust Fund (HWTF)
Teen Initiative provides a summary of activities conducted by
HWTF grantees (Community/Schools and Priority Populations)
during the year and evaluation results for the statewide HWTF TRU
Media Campaign. This report is a comprehensive review of process
and outcome indicators, along with recommendations for improving
future program activities.
Technical Assistance Report
NC Health and Wellness Trust Fund (HWTF) contracts with a
variety of providers to offer technical assistance (TA),
training, and resources to Teen Initiative grantees. An
evaluation of these services took place during the spring of
2005. The report summarizes the results of telephone interviews
with TA providers and grantee coordinators, as well as data from
a Semi-Annual Survey Report completed at the end of June 2005.
It includes recommendations for increasing the effectiveness of
TA for grantees and also improving their utilization of TA
Logic models provide a visual representation of a program's activities and outcomes. The following logic models relate to three of the Teen Initiative's four goal areas (Initiation, Secondhand Smoke, and Cessation) and local coalition infrastructure development.
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