ODH and the Federal Stimulus
The Ohio Department of Health has been working to maximize its share of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (stimulus) funding by investing in core public health priorities. The Ohio Department of Health is currently overseeing just over $22,491,136.00 in stimulus funds with the goal of improving the health and well-being of our state. As a whole, these programs will create and/or retain jobs in almost every county and make significant investments in the public health infrastructure of our state. Specifically, goals of the program areas at ODH funded with stimulus dollars include:
ODH is committed to informing all stakeholders and the public about the progress of these programs and how dollars are being spent. As the state continues to see the public health value and outcomes related to the stimulus, please visit our site for the latest reporting information. Additional information about the stimulus is available at the state of Ohio’s stimulus page, as well as this Web site which includes announcements, links and additional funding opportunities.