Category: CSBG

Overview: Ascend Report on Two-Generation Approaches to Poverty

July 3, 2018

By: Jaimee Kidd, NASCSP Intern This June, Ascend at the Aspen Institute released an extensive report serving as an update on the success of two-generation approaches across the country. Dedicated to putting an end to intergenerational poverty, Ascend commits itself to supporting innovative strategies and solutions that lift up entire families to ensure economic security and educational

Category : CSBG, Poverty

Community Action Month- Success Stories from the Texas CSBG Network

May 24, 2018

The guest blog below was written by Karen Keith, a Program Specialist with the Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs in Austin, Texas. #CommunityActionWorks is one of two hashtags

Category : CSBG, Poverty

Community Action Month 2018

April 30, 2018

National Community Action Month is here and NASCSP is excited to celebrate with you! Each year, Community Action Month provides a unique platform for the passionate members of our network to

Category : CSBG

Wayne Metro’s Vehicles for Change Program Helps Low-Income Detroit Families Gain Independence

April 3, 2018

The guest blog below was provided by Wayne Metropolitan Community Action Agency. Wayne Metro supports all of Wayne County, including the city of Detroit, with more than 50 programs with over 300

Category : CSBG, NASCSP Updates

In Case You Missed It: Congress Passes Omnibus

March 26, 2018

Last week, Congress passed an FY 2018 Omnibus appropriations package. The measure passed the Senate by a margin of 65-32 and the House by a margin of 256-167. President Trump signed the legislation

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