NCIPC Budget & Impact
CDC’s total budget for fiscal year (FY) 2022 is $8,457,204,000. This page provides detailed information about the portion of CDC’s budget allocated to the National Center for Injury Prevention and Control (NCIPC).
FY 2022 Total NCIPC Budget:
NCIPC awards 85% of its budget 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 any adverse experiences as a child increases the risk of overdose and suicide later in life.
Overdose – NCIPC’s budget for overdose in FY 2022 is $490.579 million.
Suicide – NCIPC’s budget for suicide in FY 2022 is $20 million.
ACEs – NCIPC’s budget for ACEs in FY 2022 is $7 million.
Hover over the map below to quickly view information about the FY21 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 below to view a snapshot of the priority topic activities supported by NCIPC.
|NCIPC FY 2022 Appropriation (in thousands)||Funding|
|Domestic Violence and Sexual Violence||$34,700,000|
|– Non-add Child Maltreatment||$7,250,000|
|– Non-add Child Sexual Abuse Prevention||$2,000,000|
|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||$7,000,000|
|Traumatic Brain Injury||$7,250,000|
|Other Injury Prevention Activities||$28,950,000|
|Injury Control Research Centers||$9,000,000|
|Opioid Overdose Prevention and Surveillance||$490,579,000|