Ohio’s Food Assistance Program (FAP) helps eligible low-income Ohioans stretch their food budgets and buy healthy food. Unless otherwise exempt, work-eligible participants are required to participate in an approved employment and training program.
SNAP serves to improve the diets of low-income Oklahomans, regardless of age, by providing them with emergency food and nutrition assistance at no cost and serves as the first line of defense against hunger.
Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) helps supplement food budgets for low-income working families and individuals, people on public assistance, seniors and people with disabilities.
SNAP provides monthly cash benefits to eligible low income Pennsylvanians to help them buy the food they need for good health. Benefits vary depending on a variety of factors, including the household’s size and income.
RI SNAP helps eligible single adults, couples, children and families, who may be working but are still struggling financially, to buy food and provide nutritional meals for themselves.
SNAP helps low-income families, the elderly, and the disabled with cash assistance to buy the food they need for a nutritionally adequate diet. Eligibility is based on 130% of the federal poverty guidelines.
Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) helps low income South Dakotans buy the food they need to stay healthy while they work to regain financial independence.
The Tennessee Food Stamp Program, or SNAP, provides nutritional assistance benefits to eligible Tennesseans — children, the elderly, the disabled, unemployed and working families.
Texans recovering from Hurricane Harvey is eligible for disaster food benefits through Disaster SNAP, or D-SNAP in short. D-SNAP provides short-term food benefits for eligible families recovering from a disaster in 39 eligible counties.
Texas SNAP helps low-income families with cash assistance to buy the food they need for a nutritionally adequate diet. Eligibility is limited to families at or below 130% of the poverty line.
The Food Stamp Program, or commonly known as SNAP, serves as the first line of defense against hunger for Utah residents by providing monthly benefits to eligible families to buy an adequate supply of nutritious food.
3SquaresVT is the name for Vermont’s food stamp program. It provides monthly benefits to low-income Vermonters to help pay for the cost of food. Eligibility is limited to those with incomes not exceeding 185% of the federal poverty guideline.