Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Outreach
In response to low Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) participation, the Department of Human Services created a statewide outreach program to educate and inform SNAP eligible participants about SNAP to make an informed decision about participating. SNAP benefits individual and low income households while boosting the local community. SNAP application assistance is available, connect with a SNAP agency near you.
Outreach initiative goals:
SNAP Outreach partners are encouraged to use the Bridge to Benefits, an online tool to screen for SNAP and connect participants to other resources in the community.
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