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National Allocation of Funds by Healthy People 2020 Health Problem

In fiscal year 2013, the states used the PHHS Block Grant to fund the areas below. Click here to see fiscal year 2012.

Health Program AreaFY 2013
Public Health Infrastructure1 $         11,510,451
Educational and Community-Based Programs $          9,216,807
Rape or Attempted Rape $          7,331,059
Injury and Violence Prevention $          5,430,452
Nutrition and Weight Status $          4,201,666
Heart Disease and Stroke $          4,185,028
Emergency Medical Services $          3,291,133
Immunization and Infectious Diseases $          2,994,655
Physical Activity $          2,308,576
Food Safety $          2,136,366
Oral Health $          1,645,209
Access to Health Services $          1,628,822
Sexually Transmitted Diseases $          1,176,834
Diabetes $          1,172,896
Health Communication and Health Information Technology $          1,096,121
Environmental Health $             914,588
Cancer $             819,802
Occupational Safety and Health $             609,442
Hearing and Other Sensory or Communication Disorders $             477,713
Maternal, Infant, and Child Health $             311,434
Mental Health and Mental Disorders $             289,109
Family Planning $              18,187
Healthcare-Associated Infections $               85,134
Tobacco Use $               56,488
Older Adults $               55,513
HIV $               54,000
Dementias, Including Alzheimer's Disease $               52,376
Global Health $               40,000
Early and Middle Childhood $               25,479
Substance Abuse $               18,487
Administrative Cost $          3,709,967
Direct Assistance $             180,690
Transfers to Another Block Grant2 $               66,654
Grand Total $        67,311,138

Notes:

  1. ‘Public Health Data, Surveillance, Epidemiology, and Training’ is reported as ‘Public Health Infrastructure’ in Block Grant Management Information System.
  2. ‘Transfers to Another Block Grant’ is used by Puerto Rico's work plan.

 

National Allocation of Funds by Healthy People 2010 Health Problem

In fiscal year 2012, the states used the PHHS Block Grant to fund the areas below.

Health Program AreaFY 2012
Public Health Infrastructure1 $   11,884,284
Educational and Community-Based Programs $   10,718,168
Rape or Attempted Rape $     7,742,989
Injury and Violence Prevention $     5,243,598
Heart Disease and Stroke $     4,894,722
Nutrition and Overweight $     4,774,098
Immunization and Infectious Diseases $     3,710,201
Emergency Medical Services $     3,427,829
Food Safety $     2,147,836
Access to Health Care $     2,146,110
Physical Activity and Fitness $     1,928,153
Oral Health $     1,712,728
Environmental Health $     1,360,860
Sexually Transmitted Diseases $     1,190,248
Diabetes $     1,137,005
Cancer $        813,182
Occupational Safety and Health $        536,329
Vision and Hearing $        508,160
Maternal, Infant, and Child Health $        375,983
Mental Health and Mental Disorders $        358,827
Health Communication $        301,963
Family Planning $        250,100
HIV-AIDS $          93,900
Tobacco Use $          84,244
Arthritis, Osteoporosis, and Chronic Back Conditions $          74,120
Substance Abuse $          31,816
Respiratory Diseases $          15,000
Administrative Cost $     3,548,586
Direct Assistance $        110,000
Transfers to Another Block Grant2 $          46,619
Grand Total $   71,167,658

Notes:


  1. ‘Public Health Data, Surveillance, Epidemiology, and Training’ is reported as ‘Public Health Infrastructure’ in Block Grant Management Information System.
  2. ‘Transfers to Another Block Grant’ is used by Puerto Rico's work plan.

 


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