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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

ASPR Health Care Readiness Programs Funding

The ASPR National Healthcare Preparedness Programs (NHPP) Branch provides leadership and funding through cooperative agreements to states, territories, freely associated states, eligible municipalities, and other recipients across the health care sector to improve the capacity of health care to plan for and respond to medical surge events. Across this funding portfolio, recipients use awards to provide funding directly to health care coalitions (HCCs) and health care entities as sub-recipients, drive sub-state and regional collaboration to enhance readiness across the entire continuum of health care, support workforce capability and capacity building, and more.

In FY 2020, through the ASPR Health Care Readiness Programs Portfolio, ASPR has administered a total of $526 million in emergency supplemental funding to support the readiness of hospitals and other health care entities on the front lines of the COVID-19 response. You can learn more by visiting the COVID-19 Supplemental Funding Overview webpage. This funding was provided in addition to $248.5 million in annual funding for steady state programs.

Please see below for more information about funding released across ASPR’s Health Care Readiness Programs Portfolio:

Historical Funding Tables

Funding Opportunities

  • This page last reviewed: May 11, 2021