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Organizations Funded Under CDC's New Awards for 12-1201

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has begun awarding a total of nearly $339 million (Categories A & B only) to state and local health departments for HIV prevention. The awards are part of CDC's new high-impact approach for HIV prevention, and will match resources with the geographic regions most impacted by HIV. Funds were awarded to health departments in all 50 states, eight cities with heavy HIV burden, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, US Virgin Islands, and the six Pacific Island jurisdictions.

The large majority of funding (Category A) will support health departments' core HIV prevention programs. The new method for allocating resources incorporates a minimum funding level, to ensure that all jurisdictions, regardless of HIV burden, can continue to provide basic HIV prevention services. Funding shifts for all jurisdictions—both increases and decreases—will be phased in over five years, to allow health departments time to adjust strategies and infrastructure as necessary.

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List of Category C Awardees

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Category A: 2012 Funding Amounts
All health departments received funding under Category A to conduct essential HIV prevention activities. For the first time, health departments are required to direct at least 75 percent of CDC funds in this category to four key areas: HIV testing; comprehensive prevention services for HIV‐positive individuals and their partners; condom distribution; and efforts to align policies to optimize HIV prevention, care and treatment – such as efforts to eliminate external barriers to routine opt‐out testing.

Category B: 2012 Funding Amounts
Under Category B, 24 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico and eight cities with large numbers of African‐Americans and Latinos living with HIV received additional funding to expand access to HIV testing services, primarily in healthcare settings, for these populations and others heavily affected by HIV.

Category C: 2012 Funding Amounts
CDC will award an additional $20 million to health departments by March 2012 as part of this funding cycle to implement innovative HIV prevention demonstration projects. This will bring the total annual amount disbursed (under all three categories) to nearly $359 million.

Please note: Award information includes 2012 funding amounts only. Funding changes for allocating core HIV prevention resources to better match the geographic burden of the U.S. HIV epidemic will be implemented gradually over a five‐year period and will be completed by 2016.

PS12-1201 Health DepartmentsStateCategoryCategory A Funding AmountsCategory B Funding AmountsTotal Categories A & B Funding Amounts
Alabama Dept. of HealthALA&B$2,568,926$739,809$3,308,735
Alaska Depart of HealthAKA$1,079,075 $1,079,075
American Samoa Dept. of HealthASA$196,200 $196,200
Arizona Dept. of Health ServicesAZA&B$3,271,314$447,053$3,718,367
Arkansas Depart of HealthARA$1,675,688 $1,675,688
Baltimore MDMDA&B$1,774,725$1,338,722$3,113,447
California Dept. of Public HealthCAA&B$14,492,501$2,344,834$16,837,335
Chicago DOHILA&B$6,600,920$1,548,410$8,149,330
Colorado Dept. of Public Health and EnvironmentCOA&B$3,887,899$360,810$4,248,709
Connecticut Department of Public HealthCTA&B$4,754,125$711,026$5,465,151
County of Los AngelesCAA&B$12,533,080$2,458,470$14,991,550
Delaware Executive Office of the GovernorDEA$1,408,236 $1,408,236
District of Columbia Gov.DCA&B$5,232,744$1,258,446$6,491,190
Florida Dept. of HealthFLA&B$22,070,936$6,690,171$28,761,107
FSM Dept. of Health and Social AffairsFMA$223,600 $223,600
Fulton CountyGAA&B$2,807,760$1,714,915$4,522,675
Georgia Dept. of Public HealthGAA&B$5,999,551$923,745$6,923,296
Government of Guam Dept. of AdministrationGUA$374,800 $374,800
Hawaii Department of HealthHIA$1,513,335 $1,513,335
Houston DOHTXA&B$5,605,451$1,523,062$7,128,513
Idaho Dept. of Health and WelfareIDA$823,356 $823,356
Illinois Dept. of Public HealthILA&B$3,041,641$680,223$3,721,864
Indiana Department of HealthINA&B$2,565,652$361,880$2,927,532
Iowa Department of HealthIAA$1,226,148 $1,226,148
Kansas Department of Health and EnvironmentKSA$1,303,084 $1,303,084
Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family ServicesKYA$1,668,795 $1,668,795
Louisiana Dept. of Health and HospitalsLAA&B$5,183,624$1,235,869$6,419,493
Maine Dept. of Health and Human ServicesMEA$1,215,924 $1,215,924
Maryland Dept. of Health Mental HygieneMDA&B$7,649,836$1,153,988$8,803,824
Massachusetts Dept. of Public HealthMAA&B$6,563,884$796,734$7,360,618
Michigan Dept. of Community HealthMIA&B$5,379,339$929,523$6,308,862
Ministry of Health in the Republic of the Marshall IslandsMHA$159,300 $159,300
Minnesota DOHMNA$2,551,719 $2,551,719
Mississippi State Dept. of HealthMSA&B$2,180,299$641,154$2,821,453
Missouri Dept. of Health and Senior ServicesMOA&B$3,657,528$566,146$4,223,674
Montana Dept. of Public Health and Human ServicesMTA$1,005,604 $1,005,604
Nebraska Dept. of Health and Human ServicesNEA$1,014,644 $1,014,644
Nevada Dept. of Health and Human ServicesNVA$2,457,325 $2,457,325
New Hampshire Dept. of Health and Human ServicesNHA$1,199,086 $1,199,086
New Jersey Dept. of Health and Senior ServicesNJA&B$12,238,767$2,822,918$15,061,685
New Mexico Dept. of HealthNMA$1,686,287 $1,686,287
New York CityNYA&B$23,667,000$8,692,386$32,359,386
New York State Department of HealthNYA&B$20,696,300$1,574,957$22,271,257
North Carolina Dept. of Health and Human ServicesNCA&B$5,084,082$1,748,086$6,832,168
North Dakota Dept. of HealthNDA$711,602 $711,602
Northern Mariana Islands Dept. of Public HealthMPA$264,500 $264,500
Ohio Dept. of HealthOHA&B$5,235,214$825,090$6,060,304
Oklahoma State Health Dept.OKA$1,962,258 $1,962,258
Oregon Dept. of Human ServicesORA$2,273,657 $2,273,657
Palau Ministry of HealthPWA$239,800 $239,800
Pennsylvania Dept. of HealthPAA&B$4,842,295$670,329$5,512,624
Philadelphia DPH/AACOPAA&B$5,790,495$1,503,623$7,294,118
Puerto Rico Health Dept.PRA&B$4,012,830$1,911,049$5,923,879
Rhode Island Dept of HealthRIA$1,220,980 $1,220,980
San FranciscoCAA&B$7,125,622$544,210$7,669,832
South Carolina Dept of Health and Environmental ControlSCA&B$4,418,446$1,111,426$5,529,872
South Dakota Dept. of HealthSDA$673,538 $673,538
Tennessee Dept. of HealthTNA&B$4,112,028$938,939$5,050,967
Texas Dept. of State Health ServicesTXA&B$13,179,407$2,647,435$15,826,842
Utah Dept. of HealthUTA$912,465 $912,465
Vermont Dept. of Human ServicesVTA$1,100,046 $1,100,046
Virgin Islands Dept. of Health GroupVIA$631,142 $631,142
Virginia Dept. of HealthVAA&B$5,330,542$1,414,562$6,745,104
Washington State Dept. of HealthWAA$3,484,980 $3,484,980
West Virginia Dept. of Health and Human ServicesWVA$1,251,968 $1,251,968
Wisconsin Dept. of Health ServicesWIA$2,167,772 $2,167,772
Wyoming Dept. of HealthWYA$768,723 $768,723
TOTAL FUNDING  $284,000,400$ 54,830,000$338,830,400