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Rural Health Grants: State Fact Sheets

In fiscal year 2022, the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) – through the Federal Office of Rural Health Policy (FORHP) – provided approximately $408 million in funding to increase health care access, strengthen health networks, and focus on care quality improvements for Critical Access Hospitals and small rural hospitals. FORHP is also supporting HRSA’s goal to achieve health equity by supporting efforts to strengthen health care delivery systems, reduce the morbidity and mortality associated with substance use disorder, and provide COVID-19 pandemic relief in rural communities.

View the Fiscal Year 2022 Rural Investments national overview (PDF - 204 KB) or select a state to view a state fact sheet.

* The District of Columbia does not contain any rural areas as defined by HRSA. Learn how HRSA defines rural.