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    American Rescue Plan Act Funding Breakdown

    On March 11, 2021, President Biden signed the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 (H.R. 1319) into law. The $1.9 trillion package, based on President Biden’s American Rescue Plan, is intended to combat the COVID-19 pandemic, including the public health and economic impacts.

    Below is an interactive tool that helps navigate the roughly $1.5 trillion in county related funding from the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021. Programs that may provide counties with additional funding are denoted as “county eligible.” As federal guidance for the various new and existing programs are released, this information will be updated.

     

    Direct Federal Aid to Counties | $65.1 Billion

    In a major victory for America's counties, the legislation includes $65.1 billion in direct, flexible aid to every county in America. These direct funds are allocated based on the county share of the U.S. population. Counties that are Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) recipients (urban entitlement counties) will receive the larger of the population-based share or the share under a modified CDBG allocation formula.

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    State & Local Fiscal Recovery Funds

    $362 Billion

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    State Fiscal Recovery Fund

    $219.8 Billion

    State Fiscal Recovery Fund

    States will receive a total of $195.3 billion in aid, of which $25.5 billion will be split evenly between states and the District of Columbia. Tribal governments will receive $20 billion in payments and U.S. territories will receive $4.5 billion in payments.

    $219.8 Billion

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    Local Fiscal Recovery Fund

    $130.2 Billion

    Local Fiscal Recovery Fund

    Counties will receive $65.1 billion in population-adjusted payments based on each county’s share of U.S. population, with additional adjustments for Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) recipients. Cities will receive $45.57 billion in payments and non-entitlement units of local government will receive $19.53 billion.

    Visit the NACo COVID-19 Recovery Clearinghouse for the latest on how counties are using federal funding to drive recovery in our communities.

    $130.2 Billion

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    Coronavirus Capital Projects

    $10 Billion

    Coronavirus Capital Projects

    Each state will receive $100 million, while U.S. territories and tribal governments each have their own allotment of $100 million to be split among them. These funds are allocated for critical capital projects directly enabling work, education and health monitoring in response to COVID-19.

    $10 Billion

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    Local Assistance (Public Lands Counties) and Tribal Consistency Fund

    $2 Billion

    Local Assistance (Public Lands Counties) and Tribal Consistency Fund

    Provides an additional $1.5 billion, split evenly over FY 2022 and 2023, for eligible revenue share counties (i.e., public land counties) as well as $500 million over both fiscal years for Tribal governments.

    $2 Billion

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    Direct Financial Assistance

    $656.18 Billion

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    Stimulus Checks

    $402.2 Billion (CBO score estimate)

    Stimulus Checks

    Provides another round of Economic Impact Payments worth $1,400 per individual (including child and non-child dependents up to age 17), up to $75,000 income threshold level for individuals and $150,000 for households.

    $402.2 Billion (CBO score estimate)

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    Unemployment

    $195.43 Billion (CBO score estimate)

    Unemployment

    Extends enhanced federal unemployment of $300 weekly through September 6, 2021. Those making less than $150,000 a year and receiving unemployment benefits are eligible for a $10,200 tax break.

    $195.43 Billion (CBO score estimate)

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    Tax Credits

    $34.3 Billion (CBO score estimate)

    Tax Credits

    Expands the Child Care Tax Credit (CTC) to $3,000 per child aged 6-17 ($3,600 for children under age 6) and makes the credit fully refundable in 2021. Increases the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) for childless workers by up to $1,000 and expands the minimum and maximum age for claiming the credit. Expands the Child and Dependent Care Tax Credit (CDCTC) to cover 50% of care costs up to $8,000 for one child and $16,000 for two or more children.

    $34.3 Billion (CBO score estimate)

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    UI Fraud Prevention, Equitable Access, and Timely Payment Fund

    $2 Billion

    UI Fraud Prevention, Equitable Access, and Timely Payment Fund

    Funds to help states with fraud prevention, equitable access, and timely payment to eligible workers.

    $2 Billion

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    Paycheck Protection Program (PPP)

    $7.25 Billion

    Paycheck Protection Program (PPP)

    Additional funds for the PPP, a program that helps stabilize county economies by keeping small businesses afloat.

    $7.25 Billion

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    Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL) Program

    $15 Billion

    Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL) Program

    Additional funds for the EIDL, a program that helps stabilize county economies by keeping small businesses afloat.

    $15 Billion

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    Assistance to Individuals & Families

    $56.27 Billion

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    SNAP State Administration

    $1.14 Billion

    SNAP State Administration

    Grants awarded to each state agency with 75 percent of the funds allocated based on the share of each state of households that participate in SNAP and 25 percent based on the increase in the number of households that participate in SNAP. States with county-administered SNAP programs pass these funds along to counties.

    $1.14 Billion

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    SNAP 15 percent Benefit Increase Extension

    $3.5 Billion (CBO scrore estimate)

    SNAP 15 percent Benefit Increase Extension

    Extends the recently enacted 15 percent SNAP benefit increase through September 30, 2021 (previously set to expire June 30, 2021).

    $3.5 Billion (CBO scrore estimate)

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    Supplemental Nutrition Assistance for Women, Infants, Children (WIC)

    $880 Million

    Supplemental Nutrition Assistance for Women, Infants, Children (WIC)

    Provides $880 million in emergency funds, $490 million of which will enhance benefits for four months and $390 million of which will support outreach innovation and program modernization funding.

    $880 Million

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    Pandemic EBT Program Extension

    $5.6 Billion (CBO score estimate)

    Pandemic EBT Program Extension

    Extends the Pandemic-EBT program, which provides SNAP benefits to low-income children who have lost access to meals at school and child care due to the pandemic through the summer months in both FY 2021 and FY 2022. Administrative costs for P-EBT are 100 percent reimbursable by the federal government.

    $5.6 Billion (CBO score estimate)

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    Nutrition Assistance for U.S. Territories

    $1 Billion

    Nutrition Assistance for U.S. Territories

    Grants to the Commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands, Puerto Rico, Northern Mariana Islands and American Samoa for nutrition assistance.

    $1 Billion

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    Commodity Supplemental Food Program

    $37 Million

    Commodity Supplemental Food Program

    Provides additional funds for the program, which works to improve the improve the health of low-income persons at least 60 years of age by supplementing their diets with nutritious USDA Foods.

    $37 Million

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    Veterans Affairs

    $17 Billion

    Veterans Affairs

    Funding for several U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs programs including the Veterans State Home Program, Veterans Health and workforce retraining assistance.

    $17 Billion

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    Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA)

    $3.03 Billion

    Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA)

    These funds are provided to state educational agencies and lead agencies to help recover from the impact of the coronavirus pandemic and to safely reopen schools and sustain safe operations.

    $3.03 Billion

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    Family Violence Prevention and Services

    $450 Million

    Family Violence Prevention and Services

    These funds are in the form of formula grants and include additional funding to the national domestic violence hotline and support for survivors of sexual assault.

    $450 Million

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    Community-Based Child Abuse Prevention

    $250 Million

    Community-Based Child Abuse Prevention

    The funds are Title II community based (CBCAP) grants, which will be available through Sep. 30, 2023. Funding is for lead entities designated by the state. In some cases, counties may receive these funds from the state via a competitive grant process, but they are not direct applicants or recipients of funds.

    $250 Million

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    Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment State Grants

    $100 Million

    Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment State Grants

    These funds are allocated to states as Title I Grants to states.

    $100 Million

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    Pandemic Emergency Assistance

    $1 Billion

    Pandemic Emergency Assistance

    Provides funds for states to provide short-term targeted aid (cash assistance or otherwise) to families in crisis. Counties in nine states (and Montgomery County, Md.) are responsible for administering the program and represent more than half of total TANF participants. These counties may receive funds.

    $1 Billion

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    Older Americans Act (OAA) Programs

    $1.4 Billion

    Older Americans Act (OAA) Programs

    This funding includes $750 million for senior nutrition programs, $460 million for home-and-community-based support services, $45 million for disease prevention, $10 million for the long-term care ombudsman program and $145 million in assistance for grandparents caring for grandchildren. OAA funding is allocated directly to Area Agencies on Aging, more than half of which are fully or partially operated by county governments.

    $1.4 Billion

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    Elder Justice Act Programs

    $276 Million

    Elder Justice Act Programs

    Provides funds for the Elder Justice Act in both FY 2021 and FY 2022. The Elder Justice Act program is the only dedicated federal funding source available to states and counties to prevent elder fraud and abuse.

    $276 Million

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    Maternal, Infant and Early Childhood Home Visiting

    $150 Million

    Maternal, Infant and Early Childhood Home Visiting

    States receive these funds and may disperse to local governments. Funding can be suballocated to county owned entities providing services.

    $150 Million

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    Family Planning

    $50 Million

    Family Planning

    Funds are allocated to the only federal grant program dedicated exclusively to providing low-income and adolescent patients with essential family planning and preventative health services. County health departments are eligible applicants of these grants.

    $50 Million

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    Tenant Based Rental Assistance

    $5 Billion

    Tenant Based Rental Assistance

    Provides $5 billion for housing choice vouchers, with funds available through September 30, 2030.

    $5 Billion

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    Homelessness Assistance

    $5 Billion

    Homelessness Assistance

    Provides $5 billion to provide rental assistance, develop affordable housing, provide supportive services and acquire and develop non-congregate shelter units. Funding will be allocated using the HOME Investment Partnerships Program.

    $5 Billion

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    Homeowner Assistance Fund

    $9.96 Billion

    Homeowner Assistance Fund

    Funding to states, territories, and tribes to provide homeowners struggling to make mortgage payments due to the pandemic with direct assistance for mortgage payments, property taxes, property insurance, utilities, and other housing related costs.

    $9.96 Billion

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    Emergency Rental Assistance

    $21.6 Billion

    Emergency Rental Assistance

    Provides an additional round of funding for the Emergency Rental Assistance Program. Funding is distributed to states and eligible units of local governments, including counties with 200,000 residents or more, to help keep residents stably housed during the COVID-19 pandemic.

    $21.6 Billion

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    Rural Housing

    $100 Million

    Rural Housing

    Assistance to individuals needing rural housing assistance. Although not a direct allocation to counties, these funds to residents could relieve county budgets and local housing programs.

    $100 Million

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    Education & Childcare

    $211.57 Billion

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    Education Stabilization Fund

    $165.96 Billion

    Education Stabilization Fund

    $123 billion of these funds is allocated to support K-12 schools in safely reopening, of which 20 percent must address learning loss. Other set asides include $1.25 billion for summer enrichment, $1.25 billion for afterschool programs, $3 billion for education technology and $800 million for wraparound services to homeless students. Counties contribute funds to K-12 schools in six states and to community colleges across several states but will not receive funding directly.

    $165.96 Billion

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    Child Care and Development Block Grant (CCDBG)

    $14.99 Billion

    Child Care and Development Block Grant (CCDBG)

    These funds will be distributed according to the regular formula and available through FY 2024. Counties in eight states administer these funds: Colorado, Minnesota, North Carolina, North Dakota, New York, Ohio, Virginia and Wisconsin.

    $14.99 Billion

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    Child Care Entitlements to States

    $633 Million

    Child Care Entitlements to States

    This is a permanent annual increase in state funding, with the state match waived in FY 2021 and FY 2022.

    $633 Million

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    Child Care Stabilization Fund

    $23.98 Billion

    Child Care Stabilization Fund

    These funds will be administered by each state’s lead agency and available for eligible child care providers. Each lead agency will make applications available on their website within 30 days after they have received grant funds.

    $23.98 Billion

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    Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP)

    $4.5 Billion

    Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP)

    These funds are allocated for a relatively new program which helps low-income households pay for heating and cooling costs. Some counties may receive funds from their states as they partially or fully administer LIHEAP in 13 states.

    $4.5 Billion

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    Low-Income Household Drinking Water and Wastewater Assistance (LIHWAP)

    $500 Million

    Low-Income Household Drinking Water and Wastewater Assistance (LIHWAP)

    These funds are allocated to states and territories to assist low-income households that pay a high proportion of household income for drinking water and wastewater services. Because ACF is directing states to model LIHWAP after LIHEAP, it is possible that county governments functioning as a local LIHEAP agency will be responsible for administering this new program as well and may receive funds.

    $500 Million

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    Head Start

    $1 Billion

    Head Start

    Emergency funding to be distributed across existing Head Start agencies according to their share of total enrolled children. Head Start delivers services through 1,600 local agencies, many of which are sponsored by county governments.

    $1 Billion

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    National Child Traumatic Stress Network

    $10 Million

    National Child Traumatic Stress Network

    Funds allocated for grant program that aims to improve treatment and services for children and adolescents who have experienced traumatic events and to increase access to these treatments and services throughout the United States. Public (counties) and private entities are eligible to apply.

    $10 Million

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    Health

    $86.24 Billion

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    Emergency Rural Development Grants for Rural Health Care

    $500 Million

    Emergency Rural Development Grants for Rural Health Care

    Provides funding to establish an emergency pilot program for rural development within the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Grants are to be awarded based on rural development needs related to the COVID-19 pandemic.

    $500 Million

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    Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic Expansion Grant Program

    $420 Million

    Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic Expansion Grant Program

    Provides funding for the CCBHC Expansion Grants program, which aims to increase access to, and improve the quality of community mental and substance use disorder treatment through the expansion of CCBHCs.

    $420 Million

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    Youth Suicide Prevention Programs

    $20 Million

    Youth Suicide Prevention Programs

    Funding to support state-sponsored or tribal youth suicide early intervention and prevention strategies and provides funding to institutions of higher education to assist students. Counties that are public organizations designated by a state to develop or direct the youth suicide early intervention and prevention strategy are eligible to receive funds.

    $20 Million

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    Community Mental Health Services Block Grant

    $1.5 Billion

    Community Mental Health Services Block Grant

    Funds to support community-based mental health services for adults and children. Counties may use block grant dollars to provide a range of services for adults and children with serious mental illnesses.

    $1.5 Billion

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    Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment Block Grant

    $1.5 Billion

    Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment Block Grant

    Funding for county behavioral health authorities to serve vulnerable, low-income populations, such as those with HIV/AIDS, pregnant and parenting women, youth and others by ensuring access to substance abuse services.

    $1.5 Billion

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    Community-based Funding for Local Substance Use Disorder Services

    $30 Million

    Community-based Funding for Local Substance Use Disorder Services

    Provides funding for grants to states, local and Tribal governments and other entities to support community-based overdose prevention programs, syringe services programs and other harm reduction services in light of increased pandemic related drug-misuse.

    $30 Million

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    Community-based Funding for Local Behavioral Health Needs

    $50 Million

    Community-based Funding for Local Behavioral Health Needs

    Provides funding for grants to state, local, Tribal and territorial governments and other entities to address increased community behavioral health needs worsened by the COVID-19 pandemic.

    $50 Million

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    Project Aware

    $30 Million

    Project Aware

    Provides funding for Project AWARE, which provides grants, contracts and cooperative agreements to states, Tribes and other entities to advance wellness and resiliency in education.

    $30 Million

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    Community Health Centers

    $7.6 Billion

    Community Health Centers

    Provides funding to award grants to federally qualified health centers and to Papa Ola Lokahi and other Native Hawaiian health care systems to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic.

    $7.6 Billion

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    Public Health Workforce

    $7.66 Billion

    Public Health Workforce

    Provides funding to establish, expand and sustain a public health workforce including grants to state, local and territorial public health departments.

    $7.66 Billion

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    National Health Service Corps

    $800 Million

    National Health Service Corps

    Provides funding for the National Health Service Corps Scholarship Program, the National Health Service Corps Loan Repayment Program and state loan repayment programs, with respect to the health workforce.

    $800 Million

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    Nurse Corps

    $200 Million

    Nurse Corps

    Provides funding for federal loan repayment and scholarship programs for nurses.

    $200 Million

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    Teaching Health Centers - Graduate Medical Education

    $330 Million

    Teaching Health Centers - Graduate Medical Education

    Provides funding for payments to qualified teaching health centers that operate graduate medical education programs and for grants to teaching health centers to establish new or expanded primary care residency programs.

    $330 Million

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    Mental and Behavioral Health Training (Health Care Professionals)

    $80 Million

    Mental and Behavioral Health Training (Health Care Professionals)

    Provides funding for grants or contracts to state and local governments, among other entities, to run training programs in strategies for reducing and addressing suicide, burnout, mental health conditions and substance use disorders among health care professionals. The trainings must be for health care students, residents, professionals, paraprofessionals, training and public safety officers and their employers.

    $80 Million

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    Grants for Health Care Providers to Promote Mental and Behavioral Health

    $40 Million

    Grants for Health Care Providers to Promote Mental and Behavioral Health

    Provides funding to award grants or contracts to entities providing health care, including federal qualified health centers, to establish or expand programs to promote mental health among their providers and others.

    $40 Million

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    Behavioral Health Workforce Education and Training

    $100 Million

    Behavioral Health Workforce Education and Training

    Provides funding for grants to eligible institutions to support education and clinical training relating to mental and behavioral health.

    $100 Million

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    Pediatric Mental Health Care Access

    $80 Million

    Pediatric Mental Health Care Access

    Provides funding to award grants to states, political subdivisions of states and Tribes to promote behavioral health integration in pediatric primary care through the development and support of statewide or regional pediatric mental health care telehealth access programs.

    $80 Million

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    Grants to States, Localities, Tribes for Testing

    $47.8 Billion

    Grants to States, Localities, Tribes for Testing

    Provides funding for COVID-19 testing, contact tracing and mitigation activities. Note that this funding will be distributed to states and local jurisdictions through existing cooperative agreements.

    $47.8 Billion

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    Grants to States, Localities, Tribes for Vaccines

    $7.5 Billion

    Grants to States, Localities, Tribes for Vaccines

    Provides funding for COVID-19 vaccine activities, including providing technical assistance and awarding grants or cooperative agreements to state, local, Tribal and territorial health departments. Note that this funding will be distributed to states and local jurisdictions through existing cooperative agreements.

    $7.5 Billion

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    State Nursing Home Strike Teams

    $500 Million

    State Nursing Home Strike Teams

    Provides funding to states and territories to establish and implement nursing home strike teams that will be deployed to a skilled nursing facility with diagnosed or suspected cases of COVID-19 to help with clinical care, infection control or staffing.

    $500 Million

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    Vaccine Confidence Education

    $1 Billion

    Vaccine Confidence Education

    Funding for the CDC to strengthen vaccine confidence by furthering the distribution of information and education and improving vaccination rates.

    $1 Billion

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    Provider Relief Fund

    $8.5 Billion

    Provider Relief Fund

    Provides an additional $8.5 billion for the Provider Relief Fund for rural Medicare and Medicaid providers to cover expenses and lost revenue due to COVID-19.

    $8.5 Billion

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    Transportation

    $40.16 Billion

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    Transit Infrastructure Grants

    $30.46 Billion

    Transit Infrastructure Grants

    Provides funding through FY 2024 at a 100 percent federal share for eligible recipients of urban, rural, senior citizens and individuals with disabilities and intercity bus transit formula grants for operating expenses incurred beginning on January 20, 2020, including payroll, operating and maintenance costs due to lost revenue, and the payment of leave for personnel laid off due to service reductions.

    $30.46 Billion

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    Relief for Airports

    $8 Billion

    Relief for Airports

    Provides funding available through FY 2024 through Airport Improvement Program (AIP) formulas at 100 percent federal share. This includes:

    • Funding for operations, personnel and sanitation to combat the spread of COVID: $6.5 billion for primary and certain cargo airports and $100 million for general aviation and commercial service airports;
    • $800 million for primary airport sponsors to meet rent and other obligations to airport concessionaires; and
    • $608 million to cover the full federal share of these projects, including retroactively for FY 2020.

    $8 Billion

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    Amtrak

    $1.7 Billion

    Amtrak

    Provides funding available through FY 2024, including $970.39 million for the Northeast Corridor and $729.61 million for the National Network.

    $1.7 Billion

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    Other Programs

    $61.32 Billion

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    Disaster Relief Fund

    $50 Billion

    Disaster Relief Fund

    Provides $50 billion for FEMA’s Disaster Relief Fund to meet the immediate needs of state, local, tribal and territorial governments.

    $50 Billion

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    Emergency Food and Shelter Program

    $400 Million

    Emergency Food and Shelter Program

    Supplemental funding for the Emergency Food and Shelter Program to assist organizations in communities across the country dedicated to providing food, shelter and supportive services to people with economic emergencies. Local nonprofit, faith-based and governmental entities that provided these types of services in their communities are eligible to apply.

    $400 Million

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    Emergency Food and Shelter Program - Humanitarian Relief

    $110 Million

    Emergency Food and Shelter Program - Humanitarian Relief

    Funds allocated for supplemental humanitarian funding to the National Board for the Emergency Food and Shelter Program. Local nonprofit, faith-based and governmental entities that have provided, or will provide, humanitarian relief to individuals and families at the southern border with shelter, food and supportive services are eligible to apply.

    $110 Million

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    Assistance to Firefighter Grants

    $100 Million

    Assistance to Firefighter Grants

    Eligible AFG applicants include fire departments, including county fire departments, nonaffiliated EMS organizations and state fire training academies.

    $100 Million

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    Staffing for Adequate Fire and Emergency Response (SAFER) Grants

    $200 Million

    Staffing for Adequate Fire and Emergency Response (SAFER) Grants

    Funding for fire departments and volunteer firefighter interest organizations to help them increase or maintain the number of trained, "front line" firefighters available in their communities. Local fire and emergency response teams are eligible to apply.

    $200 Million

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    Emergency Management Performance Grants

    $100 Million

    Emergency Management Performance Grants

    Additional funding that provides state, local, tribal and territorial emergency management agencies with the resources required for implementation of the National Preparedness System and works toward the National Preparedness Goal of a secure and resilient nation.

    $100 Million

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    Economic Development Assistance Programs

    $3 Billion

    Economic Development Assistance Programs

    States and localities are eligible to apply for the EDA program and can use the funding for economic recovery projects. 25 percent of the funds are reserved for communities that have suffered economic injury due to job losses in the travel, tourism or outdoor recreation sectors.

    $3 Billion

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    Environmental Justice Grants

    $50 Million

    Environmental Justice Grants

    Funding for grants, contracts, and other agency activities that identify and address disproportionate environmental or public health harms and risks in minority populations or low-income populations. Public entities (counties) are eligible to apply.

    $50 Million

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    Categorical Grants - Air Pollution

    $50 Million

    Categorical Grants - Air Pollution

    Funding for grants and activities related to air quality monitoring and the prevention and control of air pollution. Public entities (counties) are eligible to apply.

    $50 Million

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    Emergency Connectivity Fund (Schools & Libraries)

    $7.17 Billion

    Emergency Connectivity Fund (Schools & Libraries)

    This funding provides a 100 percent reimbursement to schools and libraries for internet access and connected devices for students and teachers for remote learning and library services. Counties that own public libraries may be eligible to apply for this competitive grant. Additionally, funds that go to local schools and libraries may relieve county budgets and programs that were aiming to address these issues.

    $7.17 Billion

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    National Endowment for the Arts

    $135 Million

    National Endowment for the Arts

    Funding available for state arts agencies and regional arts organizations.

    $135 Million

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