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Funding by Health Program Areas, Fiscal Year 2008

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Image of two pie graphs show funding by health program areas for 2008 [supporting data is listed below]


Funding by Health Program Areas FY 2008 Chart Description


This chart, Funding by Health Program Areas, Fiscal Year 2008, contains two pie graphs:

Pie Graph One: Block Funding to Public Health Programs

  • Chronic Diseases: $34,683,564
  • Infrastructure: $13,838,316
  • Access to Health Care: $9,096,318
  • Other Programs: $8,865,003
  • Sex Offense: $7,418,065
  • Injury: $7,000,172
  • Immunizations/Infectious Diseases: $4,979,853
  • Total Block Grant Funding to All Public Health Programs: $85,881,291

Pie Graph Two: Block Funding to Chronic Disease Programs

This graph is a subset of data from the first pie graph, showing where funds are allocated within the Chronic Diseases/Health Education category.

  • Education/Community-Based Programs: $12,639,038
  • Heart Disease and Stroke: $9,282,508
  • Physical Fitness: $3,716,586
  • Oral Health/Fluoridation: $3,502,583
  • Nutrition/Overweight: $3,248,689
  • Diabetes: $1,291,953
  • Cancer: $883,651
    • Arthritis: $118,556
  • Total Block Grant Funding to Chronic Disease Programs: $34,683,564


 

 


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