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FY 2012 Allocation of PPHF Funds

Semi-Annual Reports: January – June 2012

Reports from each entity awarding a grant, cooperative agreement or contract from such funds.

Semi-Annual Reports: July – December 2012

Reports from each entity awarding a grant, cooperative agreement or contract from such funds.

FY 2012 Prevention and Public Health Fund Report

Fiscal Year 2012 Report (PDF, 114kb)

Funding distribution

The following table reflects the planned use of Prevention and Public Health Fund resources in fiscal year 2012.  The table includes the name of the agency receiving funds, the activity to be supported, and the program or activity funding level.  The effective transfer date of funds will be posted once the process of transferring of funds to the various agencies is completed.

AgencyActivity or ProgramAllocation
(dollars in millions)
Planned Uses of Funds
ACLChronic Disease Self-Management Program10.000To award competitive grants to selected states to help older adults and adults with disabilities cope with their chronic conditions by providing access to evidence-based chronic disease self-management programs, and also to assist states develop sustainability plans to continue providing these programs after the grant period ends. 
ACLAlzheimer's Disease Prevention Education and Outreach4.000To design and carry out an outreach and education initiative.
ACLElder Justice 6.000To test and evaluate interventions designed to prevent elder abuse, neglect, and exploitation.
AHRQClinical Preventive Services Research5.000To continue support for Centers for Excellence in Clinical Preventive Services which support the HHS National Prevention Strategy by developing evidence around the most efficient and effective ways primary care health systems can deliver clinical preventive services.   
AHRQClinical Preventive Services Task Force7.000To maximize the quality and effectiveness of the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force by providing scientific, technical and administrative support.
CDCCommunity Guide 10.000To provide evidence-based findings and recommendations about effective public health interventions and policies to improve health and promote safety
CDCPrevention Research Centers10.000The purpose of the centers is to help alter the individual behaviors and community environmental factors that put people at risk for the leading causes of death and disability—chronic diseases, such as cancer, heart disease, and diabetes.
CDCNutrition, Physical Activity, and Obesity (NPAO) State Programs10.000To improve the health of places where Americans live, work, learn, and play by supporting comprehensive efforts to address obesity and other chronic diseases through a variety of evidence-based nutrition and physical activity strategies.
CDCNational Diabetes Prevention Program10.000To expand CDC’s National Diabetes Prevention Program to support the establishment of evidence-based lifestyle change programs in underserved communities to prevent type 2 diabetes in people with prediabetes.
CDCViral Hepatitis10.000To expand identification of those chronically infected persons who do not know their status and their referral to medical care, particularly focusing on groups disproportionately affected by chronic hepatitis B and hepatitis C; and to identify and disseminate best practices for screening and the prompt linkage to needed medical management and treatment.
CDCPublic Health Workforce25.000To help to ensure a prepared, diverse, sustainable public health workforce by increasing the number of State and local public health professionals (e.g., epidemiologists, public health managers, informaticians) who are trained through CDC-sponsored fellowships.
CDCNational Public Health Improvement Initiative (NPHII)40.200To systematically increase the capacity of public health departments to detect and respond to public health events requiring highly coordinated interventions to improve and/or sustain the performance (efficiency/effectiveness) of public health organizations, systems, practices, and essential services. 
CDCState Healthcare Associated Infections (HAI) Prevention11.750To fund health departments in healthcare-associated infection (HAI) prevention efforts within their States by expanding State prevention activities and accelerating electronic reporting to detect HAIs at the State level.
CDCEpidemiology and Laboratory Capacity (ELC/EIP)40.000To enhance the ability of State, local, and territorial Epidemiology and Laboratory Capacity and Emerging Infections Program grantees to strengthen and integrate capacity for detecting and responding to infectious diseases and other public health threats.
CDCBreastfeeding Promotion and Support7.050This program will fund community initiatives to support breastfeeding mothers and support hospitals in promoting breastfeeding. 
CDCEarly Child Care and Education Obesity Prevention Programs5.000This is a collaborative effort to promote children’s health by encouraging and supporting healthier physical activity and nutrition practices.
CDCCommunity Transformation Grants 226.000This program will support community-level efforts to reduce chronic diseases such as heart disease, cancer, stroke, and diabetes. 
CDCImmunization190.000The objective of this program is to modernize the public health immunization infrastructure to increase vaccination coverage among children, adolescents, and adults.
CDCREACH: Racial and Ethnic Approaches to Community Health 40.000To support community coalitions that design, implement, evaluate, and disseminate community-driven strategies to eliminate health disparities in key health areas.
CDCTobacco Use Prevention 83.000To raise awareness and shift key attitudes and beliefs about the harms of tobacco use and exposure to secondhand smoke in areas of the country with some of the highest rates of tobacco use prevalence.  
CDCHealthcare Surveillance/ Health Statistics35.000To expand the availability of data for tracking the provision, use, effectiveness, and impact of primary and secondary preventive healthcare services and to expand the capacity of CDC and its health department partners to use these data for such tracking.  
CDCEnvironmental Public Health Tracking35.000The purpose of the program is to establish and maintain a nationwide tracking network to collect, integrate, analyze and translate health and environmental data for use in public health practice. 
CDCNational Prevention Strategy1.000To support and implement the National Prevention Strategy which aims to guide our nation in the most effective and achievable means for improving health and well-being. 
CDCWorkplace Health10.000To engage and recruit employers  and lead them through the process of building a core workplace health program.
CDCBreast and Cervical Cancer Screening10.000To provide breast and cervical cancer screening services to low-income, uninsured and underinsure women.
HRSAPublic Health Workforce Development 23.864To support Public Health Training Centers which will continue to collaborate with partners to assess health workforce development needs and provide graduate or specialized training in public health in the areas of preventive medicine, health promotion and disease prevention, including continuing education sessions designed to meet the public health workforce development needs. 
HRSAPublic Health Traineeships1.136To increase the number of professionsals trained in public health fields of which there is a shortage, including epidemiology, environmental health, biostatistics, teoxicology, nutrition, and maternal health by awarding grants to schools to provide traineeships to students at the master's and doctoral level.
HRSAMental Health Training10.000To support grants to health professions programs for the recruitment and training of individuals in behavioral health professions, including social work and psychology.
HRSAAlzheimer's Disease Prevention Education and Outreach2.000To expand the work of the Geriatric Education Centers to support outreach and education to enhance healthcare providers’ knowledge of the disease, improve detection and early intervention, and improve care for people with the disease and their caregivers.
SAMHSAPrimary Behavioral Health Care Integration35.000To establish projects for the provision of coordinated and integrated services to special populations through the co-location of primary and specialty care services in community-based mental and behavioral health settings.
SAMHSASuicide Prevention 10.000To support the Garrett Lee Smith (GLS) State/Tribal grants, GLS-Campus grant programs, National Suicide Prevention Lifeline program, and the Suicide Prevention Resource Center grant.
SAMHSAScreening, Brief Intervention and Referral to Treatment25.000To integrate screening, brief intervention, referral, and treatment services within general medical and primary care settings.
SAMHSASAMHSA Health Surveillance18.000To support critical behavioral health data systems, national surveys, and surveillance activities.
SAMHSAPrescription Drug Monitoring Integration and Interoperability Expansion 4.000To improve real-time access to Prescription Drug Monitoring Program data by integrating into existing technologies, like Electronic Health Records, and to expand interoperability to multiple States in order to reduce the nature, scope, and extent of prescription drug abuse.
ASPA Tobacco Media Activities10.000To prevent and reduce tobacco use and to ensure program integrity and responsible stewardship of Federal funds.
ASPAPrevention Education and Outreach20.000To generate broad awareness of preventive benefits and encourage people to utilize them for better health.
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