CDC’s Fiscal Year (FY) 2021 Appropriation
The FY 2021 omnibus appropriations bill includes an overall CDC program funding level of $7.875 million, which is a $130.011 million increase from FY 2020. Specifically, the National Center for Injury Prevention and Control is funded at $682.879 million, a $5.500 million increase from FY 2020. This amount includes $475.579 million for CDC’s opioid prescription drug overdose prevention activities. The increases are spread among several existing funding lines including child sexual abuse prevention (+$0.5 million), rape prevention (+$1 million), suicide prevention (+$2 million), adverse childhood experiences (+$1 million), and a $1 million increase for the National Violent Death Reporting System for public safety officer suicide reporting.