Investing in States: Map
CDC Combats Antibiotic Resistance in your Area
CDC’s Antibiotic Resistance (AR) Solutions Initiative invests in the nation to defend against antibiotic resistance by supporting national infrastructure to detect, respond, contain, and prevent resistant infections across healthcare settings, food, and communities. CDC has distributed the largest extramural portion of funding to support all 50 state health departments, six local health departments, and Puerto Rico.
Find the Latest CDC AR Activities by State
CDC’s AR Investment Map showcases CDC’s activities to meet national goals, underlining the agency’s continued commitment to combat antibiotic resistance. The map currently provides information about fiscal year 2017 funds and shows early progress by states and the nation to combat AR. Users can get printable state- and city-specific fact sheets that describe how CDC invests in AR activities in that area, and find more than 170 state-reported successes from fiscal year 2016 investments.
This map represents CDC’s largest funding categories for antibiotic resistance and is focused on domestic, extramural funding that supports AR activities from multiple funding lines. The information will be updated yearly.
- Page last reviewed: July 19, 2017
- Page last updated: January 8, 2018
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