Community Services Block Grant (CSBG)
CSBG funds are awarded by the Department of Health and Human Services to eligible Community Action Agencies (CAA) and county governments that provide services to low-income individuals and families and network with other local agencies to address poverty issues.
In Nevada, 12 agencies have been designated to receive CSBG funds. These agencies formed the Nevada Community Action Association to network with one another, develop strategic plans to address rural and urban poverty in our state, and provide training opportunities to member agencies.
Nevada Community Action Agencies
CSBG Funding Formula
CSBG State Plan, October 1, 2017 - September 30, 2019
- State Plan
- 1.3_Governor's Designation Letter
- 10.11_Fiscal Internal Controls
- 12.1a_Nevada CSBG Client Eligibility Policy
- 14.3a_Nevada CSBG Service Delivery Policies Sept 2016
SFY2015 Statewide CSBG Report
CSBG Organizational Standards
For more information on Community Service Block Grants or Community Action Agencies, please contact the Department of Health and Human Services, Grant Management Unit.
Social Services Program Specialist, CSBG Lead