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LIHEAP and WAP: A Dynamic Duo for Reducing the Low-Income Energy Burden

August 1, 2019

Written By: Sophie Mariam, NASCSP Intern High energy costs place a significant burden on low-income families, due to the high percentage of monthly income these households spend on utility

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Healthy Homes Month 2019

June 12, 2019

Written by: Sophie Mariam, NASCSP Intern June is National Healthy Homes Month, an awareness campaign to emphasize the link between a safe home and the health of individuals and communities.

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Reflecting on Community Action Month

May 31, 2019

Written by Pamela Harrison, CSBG State Assistance Director at NASCSP May is recognized as Community Action Month. Community Action Month was created to highlight Community Action Agencies’ (CAAs) role in helping families with low incomes achieve economic security. It is also the month to recognize and celebrate the successes accomplished by the people dedicated and committed to making a

Category : Poverty
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State Spotlight: Amidst the Disaster, Hope and Partnership in California

May 29, 2019

This guest blog was written by Thomas Tenorio, CEO of the Community Action Agency of Butte County, in partnership with the California Department of Community Services and Development (CSD). CSD is

Category : CSBG, Poverty
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State Spotlight: Connecting to the Roots of CSBG in Texas

May 20, 2019

This guest blog was written by Karen Keith at the Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs (TDHCA). TDHCA is the CSBG Grantee for the State of Texas. I’m not a native Texan;

Category : Uncategorized, CSBG, Poverty
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