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HRSA Health Resources & Services Administration

More than 57,000,000 people supported by Federal Office of Rural Health Policy programs in FY 2021
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 2020.
In FY 2021 20,055 geographic areas, populations, and facilities designated as having too few primary care, dental, and mental health providers

HRSA Grants – FY 2021

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State FY 2021 Funding Unique Awardees Total Awards
U.S. Minor Islands $0 0 0
Not Determined $28,000 1 1
Northern Mariana Islands $3,779,942 3 10
Marshall Islands $4,913,730 1 6
Guam $8,373,660 3 12
Republic of Palau $8,615,694 1 9
American Samoa $9,883,820 3 12
U.S. Virgin Islands $13,456,461 5 16
Federated States of Micronesia $15,717,463 6 17
Wyoming $33,437,956 13 39
North Dakota $44,990,807 20 47
Delaware $49,139,406 11 33
South Dakota $62,317,047 20 48
New Hampshire $77,358,489 26 76
Vermont $79,665,784 18 60
Nevada $90,304,926 24 66
Rhode Island $93,311,621 24 60
Nebraska $93,837,324 48 95
Montana $117,418,306 37 99
Idaho $130,755,742 26 81
Maine $135,074,844 43 118
Hawaii $143,381,287 36 100
Utah $150,066,927 20 88
Alaska $151,118,146 36 119
Iowa $165,320,663 47 114
Arkansas $184,842,655 39 111
Kansas $193,916,701 54 123
New Mexico $195,747,173 41 110
Wisconsin $198,129,763 57 123
Minnesota $203,508,093 51 121
District of Columbia $212,159,349 34 102
West Virginia $221,635,108 63 157
Oklahoma $222,577,780 58 145
Connecticut $222,992,627 45 123
Oregon $259,953,889 67 167
Puerto Rico $265,043,522 35 109
Mississippi $265,884,400 68 161
Maryland $268,470,989 43 122
Virginia $271,426,123 69 170
Kentucky $284,168,787 105 205
South Carolina $290,466,391 53 147
Alabama $308,199,230 73 170
Indiana $315,472,863 76 176
Tennessee $333,699,995 94 218
Arizona $336,309,853 52 151
Louisiana $342,179,206 111 235
Colorado $347,782,592 56 145
New Jersey $354,528,053 50 139
Missouri $385,619,554 84 203
Michigan $437,846,638 106 252
Massachusetts $464,125,010 75 250
North Carolina $471,004,237 81 257
Washington $488,606,018 77 198
Georgia $497,199,930 108 244
Ohio $520,703,622 110 281
Pennsylvania $580,419,800 117 303
Illinois $745,883,775 129 328
Florida $975,225,892 125 313
Texas $1,108,664,867 217 458
New York $1,181,553,811 182 463
California $2,484,209,275 347 945
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.