Injury Center Funding

Key points

  • CDC’s total budget for fiscal year (FY) 2024 is $9,222,090,000.
  • The Injury Center's total budget for FY 2024 is $761,379,000.
  • The Injury Center prioritizes funding for overdose, suicide, and adverse childhood experiences (ACEs).
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Funding overview

  • The Injury Center's total budget is $761,379,000 in FY 2024.
  • The Injury Center awards 85% of its budget to partners outside the federal government, like states, localities, and non-profit organizations.

FY 2025 Request‎

The President's FY 2025 budget request for the Injury Center is $943,379,000.

State snapshots

  • Hover over the map below to quickly view information about the FY22 funding that states received for the priority topics.
  • Use the filter to see which states are funded for each priority topic.
  • Select a funded state from the map or data table to view a snapshot of activities.


Overdose, suicide, and adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) are related because losing a loved one to overdose or suicide during childhood is an ACE. Experiencing any adverse experiences as a child increases the risk of overdose and suicide later in life.


  • $9 million budgeted for FY 2024


  • $505.79 million budgeted for FY 2024


  • $30 million budgeted for FY 2024

Funding data

Injury Center FY 2024 Appropriations

Intentional Injury

  • Domestic Violence and Sexual Violence: $38,200,000
    • Non-add Child Maltreatment: $7,250,000
    • Non-add Child Sexual Abuse Prevention: $3,000,000
  • Youth and Community Violence Prevention: $18,100,000
  • Domestic Violence Community Projects: $7,500,000
  • Rape Prevention: $61,750,000
  • Suicide Prevention: $30,000,000
  • Adverse Childhood Experiences: $9,000,000

National Violent Death Reporting System: $24,500,000

Unintentional Injury

  • Traumatic Brain Injury: $8,250,000
  • Older Adult Falls: $3,050,000
  • Drowning Prevention: $2,000,000

Other Injury Prevention Activities: $29,950,000

Opioid Overdose Prevention and Surveillance: $505,579,000

Injury Control Research Centers: $11,000,000

Firearm Injury and Mortality Prevention Research: $12,500,000

Historical funding information

CDC Injury Center funding has increased since 2017 to address overdose, suicide, and ACEs.