With the cost of everyday essentials skyrocketing, and the extra SNAP benefits from emergency allotments ending, many families are finding it more challenging than ever to put food on the table.
Our SNAP-Ed team is working to help families ensure that they can use their benefits to find and prepare healthy, affordable meals. Our team has resources for signing up for SNAP or WIC, information on free and reduced price school meal programs, and how to find local food pantries and nonprofit groups like the Maryland Food Bank.
Families and individuals already using SNAP benefits can also find useful information, like how to stretch their dollars by shopping at local farmers markets.
Be empowered to manage your family’s food budget and use available resources through the SNAP-Ed online resources on the Extension website.