Welcome to the CSBG Training and Technical Assistance Resource Center!
This website is a resource for YOU to access an array of information and assistance designed to support your efforts in serving low income families and address the causes of poverty in local communities. Through this site you may download toolkits, listen to webinars, register for training, engage in online dialogue with colleagues, submit requests for training or technical assistance , read the latest evaluation reports about evidence-based program models, and search a consultant bank for experienced professionals serving the Community Action network.
Use of this site does require users to register for a login/password. If you have not done so, please register below under "New User Registration". If you have registered, please login under "Existing User Login".
If you provide consulting services to the Community Action network and would like to be listed in our Consultant Bank, please click on the "register" button provided in the Consultant registration box (immediately below "Existing User Login").
The CSBG Network is a national network of 1,000+ Community Action Agencies, State CSBG-Offices, State Associations, Tribal Organizations, National T/TA Partner organizations, and the federal Office of Community Services working together to alleviate the conditions of poverty and help families and communities achieve economic self-sufficiency.
Do you provide Training and/or Technical Assistance to Community Action Agencies and/or other nonprofits and want to be listed in our Consultant Bank? If so, click on the register link:Register
Once you have completed the registration process, you will have access the full site. This includes the ability to search the Resource Bank, Calendar, Consultant Bank, and engage in the online Discussion Forum with Community Action colleagues from across the country.
This website was created by NASCSP in the performance of the US Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and Families, Office of Community Services Grant Number 90ET0431 and the Community Action Partnership in the performance of the US Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and Families, Office of Community Services Grant Number 90ET0428.
Any opinion, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the US DHHS, ACF.