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If you or someone you know needs food now, these resources can help. There is information about government food programs. There is also information about local organizations that can help with getting local food assistance.
SNAP-Ed programs help people on tight budgets make healthy food choices. By learning tips to save money and stretch food dollars, people can put more healthy foods on the table. These are examples of the resources that SNAP-Ed programs use to make that happen.