Previous Fiscal Year Allocations

Fiscal Year 2018 Allocation by Recipient

Fiscal Year 2018 Allocation by Grantee
Recipient
(State, Territory, or Tribe)
Annual Basic Allocation Sex Offense Allocation* Total Award
Alabama $2,566,044 $106,871 $2,672,915
Alaska $569,460 $15,880 $585,340
American Samoa $88,667 $1,485 $90,152
Arizona $1,861,305 $142,920 $2,004,225
Arkansas $1,437,321 $65,198 $1,502,519
California $10,580,412 $832,969 $11,413,381
Colorado $1,968,871 $112,449 $2,081,320
Connecticut $2,364,828 $79,914 $2,444,742
Delaware $291,542 $20,077 $311,619
District of Columbia $1,303,237 $13,454 $1,316,691
Federated Micronesia $105,801 $2,396 $108,197
Florida $4,569,963 $420,382 $4,990,345
Georgia $4,989,745 $216,608 $5,206,353
Guam $370,885 $4,044 $374,929
Hawaii $1,294,411 $30,415 $1,324,826
Idaho $589,558 $35,050 $624,608
Illinois $3,613,387 $286,882 $3,900,269
Indiana $2,667,385 $144,972 $2,812,357
Iowa $1,780,763 $68,114 $1,848,877
Kansas $1,465,932 $63,793 $1,529,725
Kentucky $2,156,592 $97,025 $2,253,617
Kickapoo Tribe $50,787 $0 $50,787
Louisiana $4,820,396 $101,362 $4,921,758
Maine $1,484,951 $29,701 $1,514,652
Marshall Islands $42,687 $1,473 $44,160
Maryland $3,041,446 $129,092 $3,170,538
Massachusetts $4,429,229 $146,400 $4,575,629
Michigan $6,420,831 $220,990 $6,641,821
Minnesota $4,156,658 $118,591 $4,275,249
Mississippi $2,391,675 $66,346 $2,458,021
Missouri $4,070,862 $133,907 $4,204,769
Montana $1,100,941 $22,123 $1,123,064
N. Mariana Islands $66,661 $1,080 $67,741
Nebraska $2,737,903 $40,835 $2,778,738
Nevada $597,369 $60,382 $657,751
New Hampshire $2,399,432 $29,435 $2,428,867
New Jersey $4,657,651 $196,579 $4,854,230
New Mexico $2,337,581 $46,042 $2,383,623
New York $11,136,871 $433,278 $11,570,149
North Carolina $4,410,985 $213,206 $4,624,191
North Dakota $414,979 $15,039 $430,018
Ohio $7,362,263 $257,947 $7,620,210
Oklahoma $1,488,127 $83,877 $1,572,004
Oregon $1,117,331 $85,660 $1,202,991
Pennsylvania $7,744,739 $284,015 $8,028,754
Puerto Rico $2,549,328 $83,306 $2,632,634
Republic of Palau $35,511 $467 $35,978
Rhode Island $776,551 $23,535 $800,086
Santee Sioux $50,787 $0 $50,787
South Carolina $1,964,893 $103,419 $2,068,312
South Dakota $372,355 $18,204 $390,559
Tennessee $2,584,774 $141,894 $2,726,668
Texas $6,240,117 $562,234 $6,802,351
Utah $1,567,135 $61,798 $1,628,933
Vermont $446,270 $13,991 $460,261
Virgin Islands $293,345 $2,454 $295,799
Virginia $3,242,329 $178,896 $3,421,225
Washington $1,524,677 $150,355 $1,675,032
West Virginia $1,473,233 $41,431 $1,514,664
Wisconsin $3,164,685 $127,156 $3,291,841
Wyoming $371,711 $12,602 $384,313
Totals $151,776,165 $7,000,000 $158,776,165

Data presented in this table were self-reported by recipients to CDC via the Block Grant Management Information System (BGMIS). These data represent recipient intentions for expending PHHS Block Grant Program funds, as reflected in recipient work plans as of October 3, 2018. Data do not necessarily indicate how funds are spent, nor do they reflect changes in funding allocations submitted to CDC after October 3, 2018.


Fiscal Year 2017 Allocation by Recipient

Fiscal Year 2017 Allocation by Grantee
Recipient
(State, Territory, or Tribe)
Annual Basic Allocation Sex Offense Allocation* Total Award
Alabama $2,368,793 $106,871 $2,475,664
Alaska $525,685 $15,880 $541,565
American Samoa $81,852 $1,485 $83,337
Arizona $1,718,227 $142,920 $1,861,147
Arkansas $1,326,835 $65,198 $1,392,033
California $9,767,100 $832,969 $10,600,069
Colorado $1,817,525 $112,449 $1,929,974
Connecticut $2,183,044 $79,914 $2,262,958
Delaware $269,131 $20,077 $289,208
District of Columbia $1,203,057 $13,454 $1,216,511
Federated Micronesia $97,668 $2,396 $100,064
Florida $4,218,671 $420,382 $4,639,053
Georgia $4,606,184 $216,608 $4,822,792
Guam $342,375 $4,044 $346,419
Hawaii $1,194,910 $30,415 $1,225,325
Idaho $544,238 $35,050 $579,288
Illinois $3,335,626 $286,882 $3,622,508
Indiana $2,462,344 $144,972 $2,607,316
Iowa $1,643,876 $68,114 $1,711,990
Kansas $1,353,246 $63,793 $1,417,039
Kentucky $1,990,816 $97,025 $2,087,841
Kickapoo Tribe $46,883 $0 $46,883
Louisiana $4,449,853 $101,362 $4,551,215
Maine $1,370,803 $29,701 $1,400,504
Marshall Islands $39,406 $1,473 $40,879
Maryland $2,807,651 $129,092 $2,936,743
Massachusetts $4,088,755 $146,400 $4,235,155
Michigan $5,927,263 $220,990 $6,148,253
Minnesota $3,837,137 $118,591 $3,955,728
Mississippi $2,207,827 $66,346 $2,274,173
Missouri $3,757,936 $133,907 $3,891,843
Montana $1,016,312 $22,123 $1,038,435
N. Mariana Islands $61,536 $1,080 $62,616
Nebraska $2,527,441 $40,835 $2,568,276
Nevada $551,449 $60,382 $611,831
New Hampshire $2,214,988 $29,435 $2,244,423
New Jersey $4,299,618 $196,579 $4,496,197
New Mexico $2,157,892 $46,042 $2,203,934
New York $10,280,783 $433,278 $10,714,061
North Carolina $4,071,914 $213,206 $4,285,120
North Dakota $383,079 $15,039 $398,118
Ohio $6,796,327 $257,947 $7,054,274
Oklahoma $1,373,735 $83,877 $1,457,612
Oregon $1,031,442 $85,660 $1,117,102
Pennsylvania $7,149,403 $284,015 $7,433,418
Puerto Rico $2,353,362 $83,306 $2,436,668
Republic of Palau $32,781 $467 $33,248
Rhode Island $716,858 $23,535 $740,393
Santee Sioux $46,883 $0 $46,883
South Carolina $1,813,852 $103,419 $1,917,271
South Dakota $343,732 $18,204 $361,936
Tennessee $2,386,083 $141,894 $2,527,977
Texas $5,760,441 $562,234 $6,322,675
Utah $1,446,670 $61,798 $1,508,468
Vermont $411,966 $13,991 $425,957
Virgin Islands $270,795 $2,454 $273,249
Virginia $2,993,092 $178,896 $3,171,988
Washington $1,407,476 $150,355 $1,557,831
West Virginia $1,359,986 $41,431 $1,401,417
Wisconsin $2,921,416 $127,156 $3,048,572
Wyoming $343,138 $12,602 $355,740
Grand Total $140,109,167 $7,000,000 $147,109,167

Data presented in this table were self-reported by recipients to CDC via the Block Grant Management Information System (BGMIS). These data represent recipient intentions for expending PHHS Block Grant Program funds, as reflected in recipient work plans as of October 2, 2017. Data do not necessarily indicate how funds are spent, nor do they reflect changes in funding allocations submitted to CDC after October 2, 2017.

*Includes sex offense allocation of $7 million authorized by legislation to be used for sex offense prevention and victim services. Also includes additional funding allocated by recipients toward Healthy People 2020 objective IVP-40 (reduce sexual violence).

Page last reviewed: December 9, 2019