Skip to content

HRSA Health Resources & Services Administration

More than 61,000,000 people supported by Federal Office of Rural Health Policy programs in FY 2022
More than3,900 nurses and nursing faculty serving at facilities with a critical shortage of nurses or teaching at accredited schools of nursing in FY 2022
In FY 2022 21,816 geographic areas, populations, and facilities designated as having too few primary care, dental, and mental health providers

HRSA Grants – FY 2022

Hover over a state or territory to see the funding amount

Click on a state or territory to download the FY 22 Fact Sheet PDF

State FY 2022 Funding Unique Awardees Total Awards
Alabama $294,133,955 46 135
Alaska $131,345,377 38 87
American Samoa $5,329,895 2 9
Arizona $208,004,484 45 133
Arkansas $138,273,492 25 89
California $1,336,882,349 309 824
Colorado $212,810,602 63 141
Connecticut $154,160,319 55 120
Delaware $47,080,708 16 34
District of Columbia $186,156,787 37 93
Federated States of Micronesia $5,484,165 6 13
Florida $600,841,144 112 282
Georgia $370,824,532 100 218
Guam $5,439,232 3 11
Hawaii $98,411,695 41 83
Idaho $72,008,643 25 68
Illinois $469,450,026 123 301
Indiana $178,941,796 62 138
Iowa $97,159,484 30 83
Kansas $109,018,743 37 90
Kentucky $155,634,283 59 140
Louisiana $233,046,068 73 178
Maine $101,526,593 47 111
Marshall Islands $1,455,988 1 4
Maryland $223,991,594 56 118
Massachusetts $319,730,576 84 232
Michigan $296,658,925 91 207
Minnesota $132,337,225 43 102
Mississippi $209,854,661 49 126
Missouri $413,583,982 76 200
Montana $80,748,448 22 78
Nebraska $62,166,259 26 63
Nevada $81,268,158 27 67
New Hampshire $68,068,594 28 74
New Jersey $250,341,900 66 149
New Mexico $120,711,408 40 98
New York $852,564,781 202 463
North Carolina $290,189,099 75 224
North Dakota $28,169,321 11 36
Northern Mariana Islands $6,389,996 3 12
Ohio $346,667,023 114 243
Oklahoma $158,452,576 45 126
Oregon $175,076,013 65 141
Pennsylvania $429,997,992 132 302
Puerto Rico $180,177,471 37 97
Republic of Palau $1,993,860 1 8
Rhode Island $62,528,148 29 59
South Carolina $218,822,293 46 122
South Dakota $37,969,725 15 38
Tennessee $230,054,240 64 162
Texas $692,925,305 149 363
U.S. Minor Islands $0 0 0
U.S. Virgin Islands $10,781,847 5 15
Utah $94,664,055 23 72
Vermont $54,808,151 23 61
Virginia $205,006,098 71 154
Washington $275,673,372 78 179
West Virginia $159,148,410 59 134
Wisconsin $119,557,388 46 99
Wyoming $18,978,702 10 30
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.