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State SNAP-Ed Programs

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State agencies: have the option of providing nutrition education to SNAP recipients as part of their SNAP operations. They are responsible for all SNAP-Ed activities that occur within a State as outlined in an approved SNAP-Ed Plan.

"State Agency means the agency of State government, including the local offices thereof, which is responsible for the administration of the federally aided public assistance programs within the State, and in those States where such assistance programs are operated on a decentralized basis; it includes the counterpart local agencies, which administer such assistance programs for the State agency." - SNAP-Ed Plan Guidance

Implementing agencies (also referred to as sub-grantees): Implementing Agencies contract with State agencies to provide SNAP-Ed and include Cooperative Extension offices, universities, State departments of health or education, State level nutrition networks, food banks, and other organizations.

To make changes to any State or Implementing Agencies, please use the SNAP-Ed Profile Request Form (PDF, 200 KB).