Office of Community Partnerships and Grants
Contact the OCPG
Carson City: 775-684-4000
Las Vegas: 702-486-3530
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RFI - FQHC Incubator Project
RFA - SFY 2018-2019 (FHN, CTF/CBCAP, TXX)
RFA - SFY 2018-2019 (Problem Gambling Services)
MISSION To help families and individuals in Nevada reach their highest level of self-sufficiency by supporting the community agencies that serve them through engagement, advocacy and resource development.
VISION To be a valued partner in strengthening the ability of communities to respond to human service needs.
Family Resource Centers
Problem Gambling Treatment and Prevention
Relieving Hunger: Food Security One-Stop Shops
Advisory Committee on Problem Gambling (ACPG)
Grants Management Advisory Committee (GMAC)
News, Reports and Grantee Documents
Link to News
Link to Reports and Grantee Documents
The Division of Child and Family Services has released a Victims of Crime (VOCA) Needs Assessment Gap Analysis (May 2017).
Office of Community Partnerships and Grants (CPG) builds and supports
statewide community networks that help families and individuals assess
their needs and work toward holistic solutions.
OCPG manages available grant funds in a fair and responsible manner that
encourages engagement among community organizations, stimulates
innovation and maximizes impact.
- The OCPG shares responsibility for program accountability, growth and success with its community partners.
- The OCPG engages
in the development of new programs and strengthens existing programs
through short- and long-term planning, establishing meaningful goals,
tracking achievements, and advocating for sustainability.
OCPG serves as a department-wide resource to foster common standards in
grantmaking, streamline processes, share compliance requirements, and
otherwise advocate for enhanced coordination among divisions that grant
funds to community partners.
OCPG inspires staff to strategically and professionally execute their
present responsibilities while preparing for the next steps in their