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Community Services


Douglas County has three grant opportunities for organizations that serve residents at a lower income level.

Philip S. Miller Grants

Applications are given preference for proposals that provide services and outcomes that address self-sufficiency, at-risk youth, suicide prevention, senior programming, and gaps in medical and mental health services.

Philip S. Miller (PSM)

Community Services Block Grant

This State program is funded through a federal block grant, which provides resources to assist low-income residents. Douglas County works with vulnerable residents to assist them in achieving and maintaining self-sufficiency through a collaborative and supportive framework of care.

Community Services Block Grant (CSBG)

Community Development Block Grant

The Douglas County Board of County Commissioners voted not to accept CDBG funding at this time. However, the County is still required to report on any existing programs that continue to spend down CDBG funds from previous projects.

Community Development Block Grant (CDBG)