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CSBG IM-2021-161 COVID-19 Vaccination FY 2021

Use of CSBG Resources to Support COVID-19 Vaccination Efforts
April 2, 2021

This Information Memorandum highlights how Community Services Block Grant (CSBG) grantees and local eligible entities (commonly referred to as Community Action Agencies or “CAAs”) can play a vital role in strengthening and advancing COVID-19 vaccination efforts and increasing community awareness, as CAAs serve as trusted entities in communities and reach 99% of U.S. counties.

Final FY 2000 Community Services Block Grant and Community Food and Nutrition Programs Allotments

This Dear Colleague Letter shares information about ACF Information Memorandum: IM-ACF-OA-2020-01 regarding ACF grant flexibilities in conducting human service activities related to or affected by COVID-19.

This IM expands the definition of communities served by RCD grants.

LIHWAP Policy and Guidance

 TO:  States, Tribes, and Territories Administering the Community Services Block Grant (CSBG) Program, Eligible Entities for CSBG Resources

SUBJECT: Use of CSBG funds to support summer jobs for youth and related services.

PURPOSE: To inform CSBG agencies of the opportunities to support summer youth employment efforts with CSBG funds.

 

LIHEAP Information Memorandum 2021-01 re: Heat Stress Flexibilities and Resources.

Thank you for your partnership with the Office of Community Services (OCS) to ensure safe and continued services to the vulnerable children, families, and communities we serve. Here, you will find consolidated OCS program-specific COVID-19 resources and guidance that will help our grantees, partners, and stakeholders support individuals, families, communities impacted by COVID-19.

This document provides emergency guidance for both state CSBG lead agencies and eligible entities providing community support as part of a national effort to address the public health and economic impacts of the coronavirus disease, known as COVID-19.