NCIPC Budget & Impact
Appropriations are the funds that Congress allocates to federal agencies. CDC’s total appropriations for fiscal year (FY) 2021 are $7,819,446,000. This page provides detailed information about the portion of CDC’s budget allocated to the National Center for Injury Prevention and Control (NCIPC).
FY 2021 Total NCIPC Appropriations:
NCIPC awards 85% of its appropriations to partners outside the federal government, like states, localities, and non-profit organizations
Overdose, suicide, and adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) are related because losing a loved one to overdose or suicide during childhood is an ACE and experiencing ACEs increases the risk of overdose and suicide later in life.
Overdose – NCIPC’s appropriation for overdose in FY 2021 is $475.579 million. Click here to see a detailed snapshot of the overdose prevention activities supported by NCIPC in each state.
Suicide – In FY 2020 NCIPC was appropriated a new budget line for suicide prevention. Initially funded at $10 million, the FY 2021 appropriation is $12 million.
In FY 2020 NCIPC was appropriated a new budget line for ACEs. Initially funded at $4 million, the FY 2021 appropriation is $5 million.
|NCIPC FY 2021 Appropriation (in thousands)||Funding|
|Domestic Violence and Sexual Violence||$34,200,000|
|– Non-add Child Maltreatment||$7,250,000|
|– Non-add Child Sexual Abuse Prevention||$1,500,000|
|Domestic Violence Community Projects||$5,500,000|
|Youth Violence Prevention||$15,100,000|
|Firearm Injury and Mortality Prevention Research||$12,500,000|
|National Violence Death Reporting System||$24,500,000|
|Adverse Childhood Experiences||$5,000,000|
|Traumatic Brain Injury||$6,750,000|
|Other Injury Prevention Activities||$28,950,000|
|Injury Control Research Centers||$9,000,000|
|Opioid Overdose Prevention and Surveillance||$475,579,000|