Appendix H: CDC Funding for States' Diabetes Programs, 2003-2004

Diabetes Care Quality Improvement: A Resource Guide for State Action

Table H.1 CDC Diabetes Prevention and Control Program Funding, by State, 2003-2004

StateYear BeganCDC Funding*State General FundState In-KindTotal StateTotal Funds
Alabama1986300,00065,000 65,000$365,000
Alaska1986450,000 112,500112,500$562,500
Arizona1994243,927 48,78548,785$292,712
Arkansas1996306,13355,000 55,000$361,133
California1981990,320 918,887918,887$1,909,207
Colorado1977500,000 100,000100,000$600,000
Connecticut1994261,921 52,38452,384$314,305
Delaware1997410,000 549,435549,435$959,435
District of Columbia1996250,00040,00010,00050,000$300,000
Florida1997647,18386,14385,653171,796$818,979
Georgia1977350,000 70,00070,000$420,000
Hawaii1987355,414 72,83072,830$428,244
Idaho1994350,000 80,00080,000$430,000
Illinois1983837,825 209,456209,456$1,047,281
Indiana1994317,581 63,51663,516$381,097
Iowa1996243,170 87,63287,632$330,802
Kansas1994328,917 65,78365,783$394,700
Kentucky1981639,8201,300,000 1,300,000$1,939,820
Louisiana1996107,00043,144 43,144$150,144
Maine1977360,000 72,00072,000$432,000
Maryland1985291,386 58,27758,277$349,663
Massachusetts1985859,266 224,000224,000$1,083,266
Michigan1982864,9601,778,927 1,778,927$2,643,887
Minnesota1980900,000315,700 315,700$1,215,700
Mississippi1995300,000 80,00080,000$380,000
Missouri1981450,000 225,000225,000$675,000
Montana1996616,997 123,399123,399$740,396
Nebraska1977297,181 59,43659,436$356,617
Nevada1996350,000 70,00070,000$420,000
New Hampshire1994325,000 65,00065,000$390,000
New Jersey1993311,54862,310 62,310$373,858
New Mexico1994450,0001,429,900 1,429,900$1,879,900
New York1977900,000581,900 581,900$1,481,900
North Carolina1986876,127218,1801,000219,180$1,095,307
North Dakota1987269,500 53,90053,900$323,400
Ohio1979696,521 174,130174,130$870,651
Oklahoma1993248,580 49,71649,716$298,296
Oregon1994809,770 202,443202,443$1,012,213
Pennsylvania1981557,967 139,492139,492$697,459
Rhode Island1978787,398 196,850196,850$984,248
South Carolina1994650,000127,973 127,973$777,973
South Dakota1986300,000 60,00060,000$360,000
Tennessee1994300,000 62,82362,823$362,823
Texas1983891,3846,088,418 6,088,418$6,979,802
Utah1980881,520 220,380220,380$1,101,900
Vermont1996529,220 51,84451,844$581,064
Virginia1994350,000 70,00070,000$420,000
Washington1979898,90575,000149,726224,726$1,123,631
West Virginia1990859,872 253,220253,220$1,113,092
Wisconsin1994765,72787,52687,903175,429$941,156
Wyoming1994275,000 55,00055,000$330,000

* The list includes both Capacity Building and Basic Implementation grants. The Basic Implementation grants are in italics.
Source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Current as of August 2008
Internet Citation: Appendix H: CDC Funding for States' Diabetes Programs, 2003-2004: Diabetes Care Quality Improvement: A Resource Guide for State Action. August 2008. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Rockville, MD. http://www.ahrq.gov/professionals/quality-patient-safety/quality-resources/tools/diabguide/diabqguideaph.html