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NCCIH Funding: Appropriations History

Congress established the Office of Alternative Medicine in 1992 and the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine (later renamed the National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health) in 1999. Funding appropriated1 for each fiscal year is listed below.

National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health (formerly National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine)

  • FY 2020: $151.9 million
  • FY 2019: $146.5 million
  • FY 2018: $142.0 million
  • FY 2017: $130.5 million
  • FY 2016: $129.8 million
  • FY 2015: $124.1 million
  • FY 2014: $124.0 million
  • FY 2013: $120.7 million
  • FY 2012: $128.0 million
  • FY 2011: $127.7 million
  • FY 2010: $128.8 million
  • FY 2009: $125.5 million
  • FY 2008: $121.5 million
  • FY 2007: $121.6 million
  • FY 2006: $122.7 million
  • FY 2005: $123.1 million
  • FY 2004: $117.7 million
  • FY 2003: $114.1 million
  • FY 2002: $104.6 million
  • FY 2001: $89.2 million
  • FY 2000: $68.7 million
  • FY 1999: $50.0 million

Office of Alternative Medicine

  • FY 1998: $19.5 million
  • FY 1997: $12.0 million
  • FY 1996: $7.7 million
  • FY 1995: $5.4 million
  • FY 1994: $3.4 million
  • FY 1993: $2.0 million
  • FY 1992: $2.0 million

1 Reflects enacted supplements, rescissions, transfers, and reappropriations. Excludes Recovery Act Funds (FY 2009 and 2010).