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Funding

 FY 2010 – FY 2015 Appropriations by Program ($=000's) 

PROGRAM* FY 2010 FY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2013 FY 2014 FY 2015
Part A: (Title I) - Emergency Relief

$685,662,000

$680,117,000

$673,659,000

$631,850,000

$656,961,000

$655,220,000

Part B: (Title II) - HIV Care

1,290,868,000

1,322,218,000

1,374,904,000

1,301,612,000

1,328,523,000

1,315,005,000

(ADAP- non-add)

(858,000,000)

(885,000,000)

(933,299,000)

(886,313,000)

(900,313,000)

(900,313,000)

Part C: (Title III) - Early Intervention

208,816,000

207,997,000

217,519,000

196,877,000

207,977,000

204,179,000

Part D: (Title IV) -  Women, Infants, Children & Youth

78,523,000

78,215,000

78,069,000

73,263,000

73,297,000

73,008,000

Part F: AIDS Education and Training Centers

34,745,000

34,607,000

34,542,000

32,390,000

33,275,000

33,349,000

Part F: Dental Reimbursement

13,565,000

13,511,000

13,485,000

12,646,000

12,991,000

13,020,000

SPNS

 

 

 

 

 

25,000,000

Total: Ryan White CARE Act:

$2,312,179,000

$2,336,665,000

$2,392,178,000

$2,248,638,000

$2,313,024,000

$2,318,781,000

* - FY 2010 through FY 2014 SPNS: Normally funded with set-asides from Parts A, B, C, & D, Appropriation Acts have directed that SPNS shall be funded from PHS evaluation set-asides. The appropriation amounts shown reflect a proportionate redistribution of the $25 million to Parts A, B, C, & D. In FY 2015, SPNS funding is part of the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program appropriation.  


State Profiles

Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program State Profiles image.View the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program State Profiles for funding by State.

These profiles include information on funding, services provided, and people served. In order to provide context, population statistics and data on the HIV/AIDS are also provided.