Skip to content

HRSA Health Resources & Services Administration

Each year4,000,000 children with special health care needs served through the Maternal and Child Health Title V Block Grant program
In FY 20181,865 nurses and nursing faculty serving at facilities with a critical shortage of nurses or teaching at accredited schools of nursing
In FY 2018 36,018 people received organ transplants

HRSA Grants – FY 2018

Hover over a state or territory to see the funding amount

State FY 2018 Funding Distinct Grantees Distinct Grants
U.S. Minor Islands $0 0 0
Marshall Islands $1,171,465 1 4
Republic of Palau $1,853,200 1 6
American Samoa $5,269,047 2 7
Federated States of Micronesia $3,610,486 5 9
Guam $5,164,805 3 9
Northern Mariana Islands $3,916,825 3 11
U.S. Virgin Islands $9,998,438 5 14
Wyoming $14,971,359 9 22
Delaware $34,623,753 11 24
North Dakota $23,849,930 13 32
Vermont $33,721,370 19 32
Rhode Island $51,912,151 23 36
South Dakota $33,827,557 16 37
Idaho $69,358,395 22 42
Nevada $51,706,177 22 44
New Hampshire $45,308,324 24 48
Utah $78,155,450 22 50
Nebraska $48,967,363 25 51
Hawaii $71,637,228 30 53
Alaska $90,336,265 33 57
Arkansas $99,416,881 24 57
Iowa $86,836,601 30 57
Kansas $76,167,988 34 63
Montana $69,141,232 31 63
Oklahoma $104,718,624 36 64
Maine $73,177,029 37 65
Connecticut $124,843,580 37 70
Wisconsin $105,906,526 37 70
New Mexico $107,056,371 34 71
West Virginia $102,422,797 37 71
Arizona $158,651,192 36 74
District of Columbia $122,028,413 31 74
Mississippi $131,048,642 36 77
Indiana $148,015,344 41 78
Oregon $131,577,157 45 78
Puerto Rico $198,882,383 33 80
Minnesota $108,923,404 43 81
Maryland $173,284,226 44 86
New Jersey $201,314,177 52 89
Kentucky $132,218,673 52 93
Colorado $174,249,426 50 95
Alabama $183,651,898 38 98
Tennessee $188,149,303 58 99
Louisiana $174,605,798 57 105
South Carolina $175,622,392 39 107
Washington $216,716,703 54 107
Virginia $182,993,080 62 112
Missouri $199,024,021 61 114
Michigan $248,416,464 72 128
Ohio $277,062,744 95 152
Georgia $287,895,970 80 163
Illinois $387,770,971 91 168
North Carolina $257,052,210 73 168
Massachusetts $282,113,684 85 175
Pennsylvania $351,848,922 110 202
Florida $564,953,004 90 205
Texas $574,535,975 136 252
New York $701,367,544 156 290
California $1,167,240,628 257 451
Primary Care/Health Centers

Primary Care/Health Centers

Provides comprehensive primary and preventive health care to nearly 26 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.

Maternal & Child Health

Maternal and Child Health

Funds programs and outreach to ensure the health and well-being of women and children.

Rural Health

Rural Health

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