Alabama Food Assistance Program (SNAP)

Food Assistance Program provides monthly cash benefits to eligible low income Alabamians to help them buy the food they need for good health. Its aim is to alleviate hunger and improve nutrition.

Alaska Food Stamp Program

The Alaska Food Stamp Program, or SNAP, is a 100% federally funded program that provides food assistance to very low income people and families in Alaska. Eligible applicants must pass income and assets tests.

Arizona Nutrition Assistance Program (NA)

The Nutrition Assistance Program provides healthy food to low-income families with children and vulnerable adults. Its main purpose is to help Arizonians add more nutritious foods to their diets.

Arkansas SNAP

SNAP provides a monthly benefit for eligible, lower income families in Arkansas which can be used in place of cash to buy food they need for nutritionally adequate diet.

California CalFresh

CalFresh (California’s version of SNAP) is an entitlement program that provides monthly benefits to assist low-income households in purchasing the food they need to maintain adequate nutritional levels.

Colorado Food Assistance Program

The Food Assistance Program assists low-income individuals and families in Colorado who need assistance purchasing the food needed for a nutritionally adequate diet.

Connecticut SNAP

SNAP is a nutrition program that helps individuals and families with little or no income buy and eat healthy food. Eligibility is limited to families with incomes not exceeding 130% of the federal poverty guidelines.

Delaware Food Supplement Program

Food Supplement Program, or SNAP, enables low-income families in Delaware to buy a variety of food that is the basis for better nutrition. Benefits are issued electronically to the family’s Delaware Food First card each month.

District of Columbia SNAP

The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) is a program that enables low income individuals and families to buy a variety of food staples that is the basis for better nutrition.

Florida Food Assistance Program (SNAP)

The Food Assistance Program, commonly known as food stamps, helps improve the diets of low-income Floridians, regardless of age — providing them with emergency food and nutrition assistance at no cost.

Georgia Food Stamps

Georgia’s Food Stamps, or SNAP, offers nutrition assistance to about 1.6 million eligible, low-income individuals and families in Georgia whose income is no more than 130% of the poverty level.

Hawaii SNAP

Hawaii has some of the most expensive food in the nation. The Hawaii SNAP helps put healthy food within reach for Hawaii’s low-income residents by providing monthly cash benefits.