The Idaho Food Stamp Program helps low-income families buy the food they need in order to stay healthy. An eligible family receives an Idaho Quest Card which can be used to purchase food items at any participating grocery stores around the state.
Illinois SNAP (formerly Illinois Food Stamps) helps low-income people and families in Illinois with cash assistance to buy the food they need for a nutritionally adequate diet.
The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), formally known as food stamps, is a 100% federally funded program that provides food assistance to very low income people and families in Indiana.
Iowa Food Assistance Program provides healthy food to low-income families with children and vulnerable adults. Its main purpose is to help Iowa’s low-income residents buy an adequate supply of nutritious food.
SNAP is a nutrition assistance program that provides monthly benefits to help families with little or no income buy the food they need to maintain adequate nutritional levels. In Kansas, the program is known as the Food Assistance Program.
Kentucky SNAP helps low-income people and families in Kentucky with cash assistance to buy food for healthy meals at participating stores. The average monthly SNAP benefit for a family of three in Kentucky is $401.
In Louisiana, low-income households who qualify can receive food assistance through regular SNAP or through the Louisiana Combined Application Project (LaCAP), a simplified version of SNAP for the elderly.
Maine’s Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) is called the Food Supplement Program. This program helps low-income people buy the food they need for good health.
The Food Supplement Program (FSP) helps low-income households in Maryland buy the food they need for healthy eating. Unless otherwise exempted, all FSP recipients must register for work and take part in an employment and training program.
SNAP (formerly Food Stamps) helps low-income people and families in Massachusetts with cash assistance to buy a month’s worth of healthy food. Benefits vary depending on a variety of factors, including the household’s size and income.
The Food Assistance Program is a joint initiative between the USDA and the State of Michigan’s DHS that aims to help low-income families, the elderly, and the disabled buy an adequate supply of nutritious food.
SNAP helps low-income Minnesotans get the food they need for sound nutrition and well-balanced diet. The program issues electronic benefits that help stretch their food budget.