Health Center Federal Policy, Uncategorized

HRSA FY 2011 Spending Plan Released

By: Anne Morris, MPH

HRSA has released its FY 2011 spending or operating plan, consistent with a provision that was included in the recently-passed Continuing Resolution (CR).  The total discretionary funding level for HRSA is $6.3 billion in FY2011, down from $7.5 billion in FY2010. While we are still awaiting further detail from HRSA on how funding levels will translate to existing and new program activities, here are highlights of the FY2011 discretionary funding levels for various HRSA programs:

– $1.581 billion in discretionary funding for the Health Centers programs, down from $2.185 billion in FY2010.  The total programmatic funding level for the Health Centers program is $2.581 billion for FY 2011 when the $1.0 billion allotment from the Community Health Center Fund through the Affordable Care Act (ACA) is included.

-$24.8 million in discretionary funding for the National Health Service Corps (NHSC), down from $141.4  million in FY2010.  The total programmatic funding level for NHSC is $314.8 million for FY 2011 when the $290 million allotment from the NHSC Fund through ACA is included.

-$885 million in discretionary funding for the AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP), up from $860 million in FY2010.

-$205.6 million in discretionary funding for Ryan White Part C, down from $206.4 million in FY2010.

-$299.4 million in discretionary funding for Title X, down from $316.8 million in FY2010.

-$39.0 million in discretionary funding for primary care workforce training, up from $38.9 million in FY2010.

-$32.8 million in discretionary funding for oral health workforce training, down from $32.9 million in FY2010.

-$149.1 million in discretionary funding for nursing workforce training, down from $196.4 million in FY2010.

-$33.1 million in discretionary funding for Area Health Education Centers (AHECs), down from $33.3 million in FY2010.

We’ll keep you posted as we learn more details about what these levels will mean programmatically and on the ground.

One Commnet on “HRSA FY 2011 Spending Plan Released

  1. Does anyone know or have specifics on whether or not NAP’s from most recent 2010 submission cycle or Expanded Services grants submitted in 1/11 are going to be funded.

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