Throughout the month of November, we take stock of the important things in our lives. We gather friends and family in celebration and express our thanks for the past year. At Benefits.gov, we are grateful for the opportunity to serve you, America’s parents, caregivers, workers, Veterans, and more. It is our mission to connect individuals and families with resources to improve their daily lives.
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A Hefty Helping of Benefits
Good food is central to the holiday season, but for anyone facing food insecurity, the season can be more stressful than joyous. There are many resources available through federal and state programs to provide food and nutrition assistance. These benefits programs range from assisting with purchasing nutritious food and offering nutrition education to supplementing school meals for young children. Visit Benefits.gov to find the food and nutrition resources you and your family need.
- National School Lunch Program and the School Breakfast Program
- Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children (WIC)
- Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)
Food and nutrition programs are often joint federal and state initiatives. Make your search for benefits even easier by searching for food and nutrition resources by state. Check out our site’s new “Browse by State” feature to find the benefits closest to you!
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