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FY 2021 Maternal, Infant, and Early Childhood Home Visiting Awards

In FY21, HRSA awarded $342,246,049 in funding to 56 states, territories, and nonprofit organizations through its Maternal, Infant, and Early Childhood Home Visiting Program (MIECHV Program). This program supports communities to provide voluntary, evidence-based home visiting services to women during pregnancy, and to parents with young children up to kindergarten entry.

Awardee Name City State Award Amount
Alaska Department of Health and Social Services Juneau AK $1,705,753
Alabama Department of Early Childhood Education Montgomery AL $6,678,553
Arkansas Department of Health Little Rock AR $7,465,107
American Samoa - Department of Health Pago Pago AS $977,661
Arizona Department of Health Services Phoenix AZ $10,933,458
California Department of Public Health Sacramento CA $19,028,270
Colorado Department of Human Services Denver CO $7,724,116
Connecticut Office of Early Childhood Hartford CT $9,344,972
Government of the District of Columbia Washington DC $1,617,773
Executive Office of the Governor of Delaware Dover DE $3,719,752
Florida Association of Healthy Start Coalitions, Inc. Largo FL $9,216,996
Georgia Department of Public Health Atlanta GA $6,740,416
Guam Department of Public Health and Social Servies Hagatna GU $977,661
Hawaii State Department of Health Honolulu HI $3,595,892
Iowa Department of Public Health Des Moines IA $5,792,253
Idaho Department of Health and Welfare Boise ID $2,982,616
Illinois Department of Human Services Springfield IL $8,473,513
Indiana State Department of Health Indianapolis IN $10,038,360
Kansas Department of Health and Environment Topeka KS $4,811,417
Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services Frankfort KY $6,802,785
Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals New Orleans LA $10,381,042
Massachusetts Department of Public Health Boston MA $6,860,927
Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene Baltimore MD $7,506,158
Maine Department of Health and Human Services Augusta ME $6,111,628
Michigan Department of Health and Human Services Lansing MI $7,528,259
Minnesota Department of Health Saint Paul MN $8,827,460
Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services Jefferson City MO $3,793,258
Commonwealth Healthcare Corporation Saipan MP $977,661
Mississippi Department of Human Services Jackson MS $3,009,444
Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services Helena MT $4,389,895
North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services Raleigh NC $3,669,377
Prevent Child Abuse North Dakota Bismark ND $977,661
Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services Lincoln NE $1,260,897
New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services Concord NH $3,025,084
New Jersey Department of Health Trenton NJ $10,467,844
New Mexico Early Childhood Education & Care Department Santa Fe NM $3,463,322
Nevada Department of Health and Human Services Carson City NV $2,005,791
New York State Department of Health Albany NY $8,828,477
Ohio Department of Health Columbus OH $7,711,212
Oklahoma State Department of Health Oklahoma City OK $6,635,887
Oregon Department of Human Services Salem OR $8,242,721
Pennsylvania Department of Human Services Harrisburg PA $11,804,745
Puerto Rico Department of Health San Juan PR $1,293,976
Rhode Island Department of Health Providence RI $7,348,965
Children's Trust Fund of South Carolina Columbia SC $8,193,590
South Dakota Department of Health Pierre SD $987,632
Tennessee Department of Health Nashville TN $9,929,648
Texas Department of Family Protective Services Austin TX $19,397,203
Utah Department of Health Salt Lake City UT $3,162,182
Virginia Department of Health Richmond VA $7,712,055
Virgin Islands Department of Health Group Charlotte Amalie VI $977,661
Vermont Agency of Human Services Waterbury VT $1,355,501
Washington State Department of Children, Youth and Families Olympia WA $10,071,848
Wisconsin Department of Children and Families Madison WI $8,594,377
West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources Charleston WV $5,889,379
Wyoming Department of Family Services Cheyenne WY $1,225,958

FY 2021 MIECHV Funding Formula

HRSA awarded FY 2021 formula awards to eligible recipients based on the following formula:

  • Need Funding - Approximately one-third of the grant allocation available was distributed based on the proportion of children under five living in poverty as calculated by the Census Bureau's Small Area Income and Poverty Estimates (SAIPE). 2019 SAIPE data was used to the extent available, and these data may vary from previous year's SAIPE data. The Puerto Rico Community Survey (PRCS) data were used as a proxy to determine need funding for Puerto Rico.

    If applicable, the calculated amount was reduced by the proportion of the FY 2017 de-obligation amount to the total FY 2017 award, as reported to HRSA as of February 9, 2021.

    There is a $1.0 million minimum need-based award for recipients.

  • Base Funding - Approximately two-thirds of the grant allocation was proportionally distributed based on each recipient's base funding portion of the FY 2020 formula grant award ceiling amounts. More specifically, Base Funding considers the average of the awardee's past competitive awards.
  • Guard Rails - In an effort to maintain stability, the total amount for which an applicant was eligible to apply was adjusted, where appropriate, to ensure that any available recipient funding did not fluctuate by more than five percent from the prior year award.
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