HHS Allocates $88 Million for Home Visiting Program

Affordable Care Act Initial Funding for Maternal, Infant, and Early Childhood Grants

Approximate Funding Levels per State 1

State Initial Funding
Alabama $1,414,473
Alaska $584,256
Arizona $1,792,003
Arkansas $1,145,502
California4 $7,782,987
Colorado3 $1,842,294
Connecticut $829,224
Delaware3 $1,280,893
District of Columbia $606,115
Florida $3,193,733
Georgia $2,419,658
Hawaii 3 $1,298,018
Idaho $763,792
Illinois 3 $3,135,997
Indiana $1,546,658
Iowa $889,743
Kansas $904,690
Kentucky $1,374,345
Louisiana $1,502,540
Maine $667,546
Maryland $997,636
Massachusetts $1,096,728
Michigan $2,014,745
Minnesota3 $1,701,396
Mississippi $1,301,012
Missouri $1,500,096
Montana $651,999
Nebraska $740,789
Nevada $881,142
New Hampshire $599,503
New Jersey3 $2,035,554
New Mexico $951,952
New York 3 $3,897,893
North Carolina $2,134,807
North Dakota $583,156
Ohio 3 $3,047,074
Oklahoma3 $1,920,105
Oregon $1,061,379
Pennsylvania $2,070,398
Rhode Island3 $1,304,596
South Carolina3 $2,036,888
South Dakota $635,074
Tennessee 4 $3,047,046
Texas3 $6,918,471
Utah3 $1,535,817
Vermont $557,408
Virginia $1,411,739
Washington $1,311,814
West Virginia $855,628
Wisconsin $1,160,815
American Samoa $500,000
Guam $500,000
No. Mariana Islands $500,000
Puerto Rico $500,000
Virgin Islands $500,000

Total Awards

$87,437,125



HHS Allocates $88 Million for Home Visiting Program press release (published 07/21/2010)

 


1 U. S. Census Bureau, Small Area Income and Poverty Estimates, Estimates for The United States, 2008, Under age 5 in poverty, 2008

3 States with one Evidence-Based Home Visiting Program grantee site

4 States with two Evidence-Based Home Visiting Program grantee sites

 

Date Last Reviewed:  March 2016