The Park County Tripartite Board, under the Park County Commissioners was responsible for the oversight of the CSBG Park County Block Grant from 200-2007. In 2007, the Park County Tripartite Board disband and organized as a 501 (c) 3 non-profit, serving as the Park County Wyoming Community Action organization. The new organization was the Yellowstone Country Assistance Network of Park County Wyoming. The sole purpose of the organization was mange the CSBG service delivery system for Park County.
In October of 2018 the Wyoming Community Services Program granted eligibility to our organization to expand our CSBG service area from Park County. YCAN is now serving Big Horn, Washakie, and Hot Springs counties with Community Services Block Grant Funding for 2019:
The Board of Directors as a whole governs and directs the affairs of the organization consistent with the Bylaws and Articles of Incorporation of the Organization. Collectively and individually, board members are legally and morally responsible for the activities of the organization. The board’s primary responsibility is to assure that Community Action Agencies not only meets all federal and state requirements but also provides high-quality services to low-income community served.
In order to use the maximum amount of grant funds on services, our board only employs one (1) employee, the Executive Director, who is responsible for the day to day operations organization and implementation of programs, services, and community outreach in the counties we serve.
Many resources are provided online (https://ycanwyoming.com/community-resources/) to all communities in our service area.
Case Management is available on an appointment basis, and provided to all communities in our service area.
All activities conducted by the organization must directly leads to the achievement of the organizational mission:
Building Communities Changing Lives