About CSBG

In 1964, Congress passed the Economic Opportunity Act as part of America’s War on Poverty. This act created a funding stream for communities to address poverty on the local level. Today, each state receives Community Services Block Program (CSBG) funds according to a statutory formula. In turn, states fund a network of local entities for the purpose of assisting low-income individuals and families with activities and support services that empower them to overcome the effects of poverty and to support their progress towards greater self-sufficiency. In Wyoming, the Department of Health administers the CSBG funds. These funds are granted out to CSBG Eligible Entities

In many states, these Eligible Entities are referred to as Community Action Agencies.


Community Services Network of Wyoming (CSNOW)
PO Box 6022 
Sheridan WY 82801

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