CSBG Tribal Grantee Highlighted in Lux Winter 2019 Tribal Network Update Session
On January 23, 2019, Lux collaborated with the Office of Community Services (OCS) to hold the first Community Services Block Grant (CSBG) Tribal Network Update Session of 2019. These live, online sessions are hosted throughout the year to provide an opportunity for CSBG Tribal grantees to stay up-to-date on CSBG news, federal updates, available resources, and updated program information. The session summary and the presentation slides are now available to view online.
Lux and OCS continue to incorporate the CSBG Tribal Grantee Spotlight during these sessions. The spotlight provides a space for Tribal grantees to present on their CSBG initiatives, success stories, and challenges during the live update sessions.
Nancy Carnley from the Ma-Chis Lower Creek Indian Tribe of Alabama volunteered to serve as the Winter CSBG Tribal Grantee Spotlight of 2019. The presentation highlighted the challenges the community faced due to recent hurricanes and how CSBG funds were used to assist individuals, mostly elderly and homeless, with emergency shelter and supplies. She shared pictures and stories of the community garden and how their unique state and local partnerships, including the Coffee County Community Action Agency, are an essential part of ensuring their clients are connected to the services they need.
To learn about the CSBG Tribal Network Update Session and CSBG Tribal Grantee Spotlight, please visit the CSBG Tribal Online Resource Center.
The Lux CSBG Training & Technical Assistance Program for Tribes and Tribal Organizations helps our government client meet the unique and diverse needs of their grantees to maximize the impact of CSBG funding. Under contract with the HHS/ACF Office of Community Services, we provide training and information through a comprehensive online resource center, interactive education modules, live webinars and conferences, and personalized 1:1 consultation. To learn more about the CSBG Training & TA Program for Tribes & Tribal Organizations visit the CSBG Tribal Resource Center.
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