Community Service Program - Wyoming Department of Health
The Community Services Program (CSP) partners with local governments, community action agencies and nonprofit organizations to increase self-sufficiency for low-income residents and transients in Wyoming. CSP is the state agency that administers the Community Service Block Grant (CSBG) in Wyoming.
CSBG Eligible Entities will find grantee resources, the Wyoming CSBG Guidance Manual, CSP Policies, forms and templates, and the current CSBG State Plan and Report on their website.
The Region 8 Regional Performance Innovation Consortium (RPIC), is a collaboration between the Community Action State Associations and State CSBG Offices who serve all 75 Community Action Agencies and CSBG-eligible entities in the states of: Colorado, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Utah, and Wyoming.
The Region 8 RPIC works closely with the National CAP, NASCSP, CAPLAW, and OCS to develop a Coordinated Regional Training and Technical Assistance Plans. The plans are designed to respond to the T/TA needs presented to the RPIC by local agencies from across Region 8. The developed plans for Region 8 includes numerous training topics including: CSBG Annual Report, Community Needs Assessments, Strategic Planning, Risk Assessment, Tri-partite Board Governance, and increasing the number of certified ROMA Implementers, Trainers and Master Trainers in our region.