SNAP helps Virginia’s low-income residents with monthly cash assistance to buy the food they need for a nutritionally adequate diet. Benefits may vary depending on a variety of factors, including the household’s size and income.
Basic Food, Washington’s name for SNAP, helps low-income individuals and families in Washington obtain a more nutritious diet by supplementing their income with “Basic Food” benefits.
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.
FoodShare Wisconsin provides monthly benefits to families with limited income to help pay for the food they need for good health. Priority is given to single mothers living on small or fixed income, the elderly, people with disabilities.
SNAP provides Wyoming’s low-income families with cash benefits to help pay for food, offering crucial support as they move from welfare to work. Benefit levels vary widely depending on the household’s size and income.