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HRSA Health Resources & Services Administration

An estimated60,000,000 people (including pregnant women, infants, children, and children with special needs), and their families in the United States benefitted from a Title V supported service in FY 2019.
More than16,000health professionals providing care through the National Health Service Corps in FY 2020
In FY 2020 39,009 organ transplants were performed

HRSA Grants – FY 2020

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State FY 2020 Funding Unique Awardees Total Awards
Alabama $211,158,890 39 158
Alaska $116,764,315 37 152
American Samoa $6,427,538 2 11
Arizona $191,327,202 45 159
Arkansas $137,022,262 25 117
California $1,517,848,746 281 1131
Colorado $222,621,134 52 164
Connecticut $150,195,606 40 140
Delaware $37,865,322 11 34
District of Columbia $159,715,457 28 105
Federated States of Micronesia $8,644,781 7 23
Florida $657,122,678 93 367
Georgia $367,207,232 77 275
Guam $6,526,566 3 14
Hawaii $94,414,774 33 108
Idaho $91,536,237 25 97
Illinois $488,042,645 93 338
Indiana $198,422,858 55 188
Iowa $119,533,349 29 119
Kansas $120,353,892 36 132
Kentucky $185,288,387 54 184
Louisiana $251,821,739 64 246
Maine $96,223,524 36 130
Marshall Islands $2,448,981 1 7
Maryland $210,090,750 45 147
Massachusetts $337,534,718 79 304
Michigan $311,090,772 79 267
Minnesota $140,388,954 41 135
Mississippi $170,165,030 36 150
Missouri $259,767,870 64 218
Montana $85,889,201 28 106
Nebraska $61,148,789 23 80
Nevada $65,432,805 20 75
New Hampshire $57,827,832 24 88
New Jersey $237,073,448 48 179
New Mexico $137,501,382 36 128
New York $813,216,293 155 545
North Carolina $334,704,955 77 330
North Dakota $30,687,346 12 45
Northern Mariana Islands $4,532,075 3 14
Ohio $363,937,548 98 336
Oklahoma $160,235,107 43 161
Oregon $185,176,147 52 193
Pennsylvania $419,380,975 108 364
Puerto Rico $194,359,102 33 146
Republic of Palau $3,474,850 1 9
Rhode Island $64,900,109 24 71
South Carolina $215,075,157 41 184
South Dakota $43,254,539 17 51
Tennessee $237,445,039 54 213
Texas $738,484,020 132 483
U.S. Minor Islands $0 0 0
U.S. Virgin Islands $9,961,967 5 20
Utah $101,748,693 21 107
Vermont $53,820,038 18 70
Virginia $210,777,293 61 210
Washington $306,977,264 63 210
West Virginia $143,775,078 47 172
Wisconsin $133,782,602 41 130
Wyoming $23,324,551 11 47
Primary Care/Health Centers

Primary Care/Health Centers

Provides comprehensive primary and preventive health care to more than 28 million people across the country.

Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program

Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program

Maintains a comprehensive system of HIV care and services to more than half a million people each year.

Health Workforce

Health Workforce

Improves the health of the underserved by strengthening the health workforce.

Shortage Designation

Shortage Designation

Determines areas with a shortage of health care resources to ensure resources reach the populations with greatest needs.

Rural Health

Rural Health

Helps increase access to care for underserved populations and build health care capacity in rural communities.