CDBG Program

Community Development Block Grant Program (CDBG)


The Community Development Block Grant Program (CDBG) is a federal block grant program created by Congress in 1974. CDBG-funded projects must satisfy 1 of 3 national program objectives:
  • Provide a benefit to low and moderate income persons
  • Prevent or eliminate slums and blight
  • Meet needs having a particular urgency
Eligible activities broadly include:
  • Real property acquisition
  • Public facilities and improvements
  • Public services
  • Economic development
  • Housing development and rehabilitation

CDBG Subrecipients


For the 2015-16 program year, the city has awarded CDBG Public Services funds to the following nonprofit organizations:
Agency
Phone
Acacia (Senior Care Services)
714-530-1566
Access California (Family Resource Center)
714-917-0440
AIDS Services Foundation (Nutrition Services)
949-809-5700
Anaheim Boys and Girls Club (Youth Recreational Activities)
714-491-3617
Anaheim Family YMCA (Youth Recreational Activities)
714-635-9622
Big Brothers and Sisters (At-Risk Youth Mentorship)
714-544-7773
Community SeniorServ (Congregate Nutritional Services and Home Delivered Meals)
714-220-0224
Council on Aging Orange County (Ombudsman Senior Services)
714-479-0107
Creative Identity (Pre-vocational support for Developmentally Disabled Adults)
714-527-2508
Hope Center for the Arts (Multi-faceted Art Program for Intellectually Disabled Adults)
949-544-0387
Learning Light Foundation (Life Skills Training for Developmentally Disabled Adults)
714-533-2311
Lestonnac ( Free Medical and Dental Services)
714-633-4600
Mariposa Women and Family Center (Family Resource Center)
714-547-6494
YWCA of North Orange County (Workforce Development Training)
714-871-4488