Are you hearing from low-income seniors and persons with disabilities that their SNAP benefit amount is suddenly lower?
- End DTA's use of flawed data matches
SNAP Crisis in the news:
We are sending on more SNAP news from the past 10 days that highlights the growing crisis in Massachusetts including three opinion pieces by Andrew MoreHouse of the Food Bank of Western Mass and a Channel 5 news story. Please consider writing a letter to the editor or opinion piece in your local newspaper too !!
You are invited !!!
SNAP Triage 101: How to Troubleshoot and Fix Erroneously Rejected SNAP Cases
Massachusetts SNAP (food stamp) caseload is declining at a rate 8 times the national average, but food pantry demand is spiking. Something is very wrong with this picture - and you can help rectify it.
Location: Mass Continuing Legal Education10 Winter Place, Boston
Attached is an updated fact sheet on the SNAP caseload crisis in Massachusetts. We do not yet have the January 2015 caseload data, but we have reason to believe that MA has suffered a 10% SNAP caseload drop since January 2014!