Cancer & Tobacco Coalition


The mission of the Coalition is to provide Wicomico County residents, particularly the underserved populations, with access to tobacco and cancer control resources for the purposes of education, prevention and advocacy.

Join the Coalition!

The Coalition has many great member organizations! Work in a cancer or tobacco related field? Interested in becoming more involved with the community through health?

All Wicomico County community organizations are encouraged to join the Tobacco and Cancer Coalition in its efforts to serve the residents of Wicomico County. Membership allows organizations to make sure both the Coalition and Wicomico County Health Department are aware of the needs of the community they represent. Membership is free.

If you would like to learn more about the Coalition or are ready to become a member, please email Tammy Griffin at or by calling (410) 334-3480.

Tobacco and Cancer Coalition Directory

This directory includes pertinent information regarding each of the Coalition’s members. In this way, all members have a larger, clearer network of contacts with the Cancer and Tobacco fields.

Download Tobacco and Cancer Coalition Directory in PDF

Cigarette Restitution Fund Grant Opportunities

Grants are made available through the Wicomico County Cigarette Restitution Fund Tobacco Program periodically so that community organizations can take on their own tobacco prevention projects within their own communities and neighborhoods. 

Forms for Grantees

CRF Grant Progress Report Forms

  • 432B Used to Make Budget Modifications (MS Excel) 
  • 438 Instructions (MS Word)
  • MDH 437 (MS Excel)
  • MDH 438 Use for Interim Progress (MS Excel)
  • Expense Tracking Form (MS Word)
  • Interim Progress Report Checklist (MS Word)
  • Interim Report Form (MS Word)
  • Performance Measures for Progress Report (MS Word)
  • Travel Report (MS Word)

CRF Grant Final Report Forms

  • 432B Used to Make Budget Modifications (MS Excel)
  • 438 Instructions (MS Word)
  • MDH 437 (MS Excel)
  • MDH 440 Use for Final Project Report (MS Excel)
  • MDH 440A (MS Word)
  • Expense Tracking Form (MS Word)
  • Final Project Report Form (MS Word)
  • Time Sheet for Salary (MS Word)

Opioid Misuse Prevention Program (OMPP)

A Program of Planning and Population Health The Opioid Misuse Prevention Program (OMPP) is part of the Governor’s comprehensive statewide strategy for reducing overdose deaths related to pharmaceutical opioids and heroin. Through the OMPP grant, Health Department staff work closely with stakeholders across the region to reduce unintentional overdoses involving opioids such as prescription painkillers and…

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Teen Pregnancy Prevention

A Program of the Prevention & Health Communications Department The Teen Pregnancy Prevention and Adolescent Health Programprovides technical assistance, health education, and promotional efforts to reduce teen pregnancy in Wicomico County. Several community based initiatives are designed to affect teen pregnancy using Abstinence and Comprehensive Sexuality Education. Services and education are provided to pre-adolescents, adolescents, parents and community groups which are…

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