Emergency Preparedness Funding
CDC provides funding and technical assistance to build public health preparedness and response capabilities nationwide. CDC’s Public Health Emergency Preparedness (PHEP) Cooperative Agreement provides funding to 50 states, 4 cities, and 8 U.S. territories and freely associated states.
Hover over the state, city, or territory on the map to view funding information. Funding amounts reflect Fiscal Year 2019.
For additional information, click on a jurisdiction. Each jurisdiction’s page includes:
- State and local territory specific information, including Top 5 Capability Investments, Number of Preparedness CDC Field Staff, and Common Threats.
- Fact Sheets that provide links to the jurisdiction’s individual performance fact sheet and a document explaining the data in each fact sheet. The fact sheets show PHEP funding from 2016 to 2018 and trends and progress related to the 15 public health preparedness capabilities defined in the PHEP Cooperative Agreement.
- Local Stories provides links to local preparedness stories.