We provide grants to organizations serving low-income individuals and building capacity in Park and Hot Springs counties, Wyoming.
FFY2024 CSBG RFP Park & Hot Springs Counties
The Yellowstone Country Assistance Network has opened Requests for Proposals for the Community Services Block Grant 2024 program, which is authorized under Public Law 97-35 [Section 675(c) and (4)]. The Wyoming Community Services Program will decide on the CSBG funding for Park County ($131,145.00) and Hot Spring County ($32,11900). These funds are obtainable through a competitive application process for community-based organizations that offer services to low-income individuals and families residing in Park and Hot Springs Counties in Wyoming.
Deadline May 10, 2023
Annual CSBG Public Hearing
The Yellowstone Country Assistance Network held a public hearing on May 23, 2023, to reveal the 2023 Community Needs Assessment report, receive grant proposal requests, and gather community input on the allocation of CSBG funding in Park and Hot Springs County.
2024 Grant Awards
The Heart Mountain Volunteer Medical Clinic’s First Stop Park County Help Center has received funding to hire a part-time case manager. This was identified as a crucial need in the Park County 2023 Community Needs Assessment. The case manager will help locals access assistance more easily by providing a single location for them to seek help.
If your organization is not interested in applying for a grant, we have partnership agreements available for organizations within our service area. Our partnership includes providing an application, verifying eligibility, and financial support to low-income clients through a case management program. In exchange, your organization will act as the client’s point of contact and submit their application to YCAN via our case management portal. To learn more about our partnership opportunities, please visit: