Real Story: Henry doesn’t want his kids to “stress out”.

May 6, 2010 § Leave a comment

As the Health and Human Services Commission reports an improvement in the number of applications processed on time and the quality of work, Henry’s story reminds us that Texas’ abysmal participation rate in SNAP (food stamps) has as much to do with the process as the processing.

We’re happy to provide that friendly, personal touch to an unnecessarily complicated and unwieldly SNAP application process.  You can help by telling your elected officials to make hunger issues a priority by continuing to provide the resources needed for SNAP.

Learn about the SNAP Outreach and Education Program.

Related story:
Tax Credits and Hunger Relief: Two Federal Programs – Two Different Outcomes


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