To be eligible for CSBG services or benefits, clients must be at or below 200% of the 2019 Federal Poverty Line (FPL) as determined by the federal Office of Management and Budget (OMB) based on the most recent federal Census data and as revised annually (or more frequently) by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (see table below). Must have documented proof of income for all members 18 and older for the past 30 days, or complete the Declaration-of-Zero-Income below.
You must live our service area. The Organization’s CBSG funds are for the sole benefit of county residents of one year or longer within the counties of our service area.
The application process requests documentation of the current residential address. Any documentation that shows the applicant’s name and physical address will be acceptable. Self-certification is permitted in the case of applicants who are homeless and have no current residential address.
For residents who have established themselves in the community i.e. have employment or a place of residence, may apply for short term emergency assistance in the amount of $200 and after six months of residency up to $250 of emergency type assistance, if Salvation Army funds cannot be used, as not to duplicate services. Stranded traveler, the non-county residence is not available from the organization as this is provided by Salvation Army funding.
Non-Citizens: are not excluded from CSBG programs as long as they meet income and residency eligibly requirements, unless the exclusion is authorized by another statute.
Eligibility Substance Abusers
Substance Abusers: There is no prohibition on the use of CSBG funds to provide services/benefits to substance abusers. A number of eligible entities use CSBG funds to provide substance abuse treatment or to provide additional services to clients in their substance abuse treatment programs as Yellowstone COuntry Assistance Network of Park County, Wyoming does with Park County Court Supervised Treatment Program.
NON DISCRIMINATION POLICY
Yellowstone Country Assistance Network of Park County, Wyoming does not exclude, deny benefits to, or otherwise discriminate against any person on the basis of race, ethnicity, religion, gender, sexual orientation, disabilities, income, political affiliations, age, geography, marital status, or national origin in admission to, participation in, whether carried out by Yellowstone Country Assistance Network directly or through a partner organization with which it arranges to carry out its programs or services.
Our CSBG programs were developed under federal grant #93.569, Community Services Block Grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services through the Administration of Children and Families, Office of the Community Services, and the State of Wyoming Department of Public Health Division, Rural and Frontier Health. You should not assume endorsement by the federal or state government.