Food Stamps Challenge Epilogue: CAFB & HHSC work together to increase enrollment.

November 5, 2010 § Leave a comment

If you followed last week’s Food Stamps Challenge, you may be wondering about the current state of SNAP. First and foremost, increasing enrollment in this program is essential to our mission to nourish hungry central Texans.  When more qualified families access SNAP, we can we can provide for more families that don’t qualify but still need help.

With SNAP on the chopping block and economic recovery a ways away, demand will most likely remain high.  We’re working with the Texas Health and Human Services Commission (HHSC) through our SNAP outreach program.  And the results are paying off with increased enrollment and reduced time to receive benefits.  Take a look.

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