In Federal Fiscal Year 2013, $111.4 million was invested nationally in state public health injury and violence prevention programs.
Federal sources contributed $70.9 million (64%) of all funding through 170 funding awards to state injury and violence prevention programs nationwide.
State funds contributed $39.3 million (35%) and other sources of funding (i.e., universities, private/corporate, non-profits, etc.) contributed $1.2 million (1%). A greater number of awards came from federal sources than from state and other sources combined.
Allocation of State Health Department Injury and Violence Prevention Funding Nationwide, 2013
Of the $111.4 million invested nationally in state public health injury and violence prevention program, $60.6 million was allocated to grants, mini-grants, and contracts that supported IVP programmatic efforts nationwide.