The 3 national goals of CSBG:

Goal 1: Individuals and families with low incomes are stable and achieve economic security.

Goal 2: Communities where people with low incomes live are healthy and offer economic opportunity.

Goal 3: People with low incomes are engaged and active in building opportunities in communities.

Find a Wyoming CSBG Agency

There are 14 CSBG agencies in Wyoming that provide CSBG assistance in all 23 Wyoming Counties.  Find out more about what they do, and where they are located!

How is CSBG Used?

CSBG Funding can be used in several different ways, but must always used to move people with low income from poverty to self sufficiency. Some major service areas CSBG can be used are:

  1. Employment
  2. Education and Cognitive Development
  3. Income, Infrastructure, and Asset Building
  4. Housing
  5. Health and Social/ Behavioral Development
  6. Civic Engagement and Community Involvement
  7. Services supporting multiple domains
  8. Linkages
  9. Agency capacity building

About CSBG: 

About CSBG in Wyoming

  • The Wyoming Department of Health administered CSBG funds to 17 CAAs in 100% of Wyoming Counties
  • 68% of families served by the Wyoming CSBG network lived below 100% of the Federal Poverty Guidelines
  • 19% of the families served in WY were in severe poverty, or below 50% of the Federal Poverty Guidelines
  • 31,949 individuals with low income received services
  • For every $1 of CSBG funds, the Wyoming CSBG Network leveraged $18.76 from other sources
*All information from FFY 2016 reporting.  This information was retrieved from NASCP CSBG Factsheets


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