performance outcomes for new mexico

  • Percentage of Families Served Who Lived Below 100% of Federal Poverty Guidelines 78% 78%
  • Percentage of Families Served Who Lived Below 50% of Federal Poverty Guidelines 44% 44%

Leveraging resources to end poverty:

Community Assistance Programs provide emergency assistance through six Community Action Agencies located throughout New Mexico using money from the Community Service Block Grant. With that funding $3,731,444, they are able to leverage additional funds, create partnerships, conduct local assessments and planning, and organize volunteers. For every $1 of Community Services Block Grant, an additional $48,710,370 is leveraged.

Low Income Individuals Were Provided Services by Community Action Agencies In New Mexico

Vulnerable Populations Served Included:

SENIORS

CHILDREN

INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES

PEOPLE WITHOUT HEALTH INSURANCE

Services And Strategy Service Block Grant Outcomes By The New Mexico Network

Outcomes For Participants Included:

Participants

Employment

Participants with low incomes in the CSBG Network employment initiatives obtained supports which reduced or eliminated barriers to initial or continuous employment, acquired a job, increased their income, or achieved “living wage” employment and benefits.

Participants

Child and Family Development

Infants, children, youth, parents, and other adults participated in developmental or enrichment programs facilitated by the Community Services Block Grant Network and achieved program goals.

Participants

Emergency Assistance

Individuals and families with low incomes received emergency assistance from the Community Services Block Grant Network..

Participants

Community Empowerment

Community members and people with low incomes mobilized to engage in activities that support and promote their own well-being and that of their community as a result of Community Service Block Network initiatives through maximum feasible participation.

Data from the New Mexico Fiscal Year 2017 Community Services Block Grant Information System Survey.