SNAP

HOW can SNAP help mE AND My family?

The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) is a federal food assistance program that provides individuals and families with low incomes with food benefits they can use to purchase groceries. US citizens and certain non-citizens may receive SNAP.

Are you an immigrant community member needing food assistance?

SNAP is available to many immigrant families and applying will not affect your immigration status, applications for visas, or citizenship. Some other public benefits may impact your applications. For more information, visit KeepYourBenefits.org.

If you think you might be eligible for SNAP, contact the Food Bank’s SNAP Outreach Hotline at (855) 444-5556 for more information and to apply.

Supporting accessible SNAP policies in Nebraska

If you are personally impacted by any of these issues or want to get involved, please contact Megan.

SNAP Resources

SNAP Basics & FAQ

Learn about how SNAP works, when benefits are distributed, and more

SNAP Outreach Toolkit

Materials to share in your community to encourage participation in SNAP

SNAP Employment & training Report 2.0

Learn about the SNAP E&T program and recommendations for improvement

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