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Discretionary Grant Information System

Budget by Class of Individuals Served for the Most Recent Application Year

MCHB grantees that provide direct, enabling or population-based services provide budgets that are broken down by the MCH population served, including women, infants, children, children with special health care needs (CSHCN), and other MCHB populations.

The budget data by class of individuals served can be viewed either by MCHB Program or by Legislative Authority. Select either Program or Legislative Authority to view the budget data.

  • Program
    View budget data by class of individuals served by individual or group of MCHB programs.

  • Legislative Authority
    View budget data by class of individuals served by Legislative Authority.

    Legislative authority is how the funding from Congress is allocated to the MCHB programs. Title V of the Social Security Act, consisting of the Block Grants, Special Projects of Regional and National Significance (SPRANS), and Community Integrated Service Systems (CISS) Grants, makes up the majority of the Discretionary Grant funding. In addition to Title V, MCHB administers other Public Health Service Act programs: Healthy Start, a targeted infant mortality reduction initiative; the Emergency Medical Services for Children program; the Traumatic Brain Injury program; the Universal Newborn Hearing Screening program; the Family to Family Health Information Centers; and the Sickle Cell Service program.