In September 2022, Cook County announced that $75 million in funding will support programs working to reduce and prevent gun violence.

On September 2, 2022, Gary, Indiana Council allocated $672,000 for a Community Violence Intervention Program.

In August 2022, Austin was awarded a federal grant to reduce domestic violence deaths and the use of firearms to inflict injury, fear, intimidation, and coercive control over victims.

In 2022, Baltimore’s City Budget included $1.65 million for violence prevention programming in schools

On June 14, 2021, Columbus approved $19.7 million in funding focused on reducing violence in youth and young adults.

On July 26, 2022, Jackson commits $700,000 for a violence prevention and recovery office. Note: This funding was awarded through private grants and donations. 

On January 24, 2022, Orlando awarded $1.5 million to gun-violence prevention.

In 2022, Denver dedicated $665,000 to expand youth violence prevention work.

In 2020, Denver awarded $125,000 in microgrant funding to 17 youth violence prevention organizations.

The City of Memphis Tennessee allocated $2 Million for its Group Violence Intervention Program in its 2022 – 2023 city budget.