Data & Publications
Community Action provides programs and services in all 53 counties across North Dakota. From children to seniors, rural communities to urban areas, North Dakota's seven Community Action Agencies work in every corner of the state. We know from experience that every community faces obstacles, but no two communities face the same barriers. That is why our Community Action Agencies use specific community based assessments to drive the solutions that best respond to the local needs of each of our communities.
Learn more about Community Action and our impact in North Dakota in the publications below.
North Dakota Statewide Needs Assessment
Community Action Agencies conduct needs assessments every three years as a requirement for the Community Services Block grant (CSBG) which supports community-based anti-poverty programs. The primary purpose of the study is to better understand the current conditions and priorities of a community so that local action plans can be developed and community resources/services can be allocated effectively.
Program Reports and Information Sheets
People Served by Community Action in North Dakota
The services provided and number of people served is tracked in a detailed survey that describes sources of funding, services provided, clients and communities assisted, and the results achieved. Together, the seven agencies serve over 20,000 North Dakotans each year, including weatherizing 600 homes and housing over 300 Veterans experiencing homelessness. Click on the CSBG fact sheets below to learn more about our impacts from 2015-2019.