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Boston Globe on 15% SNAP Boost, Coalition reminder

Coalition meeting at 10 AM TODAY!

P-EBT and SNAP Policy and Data Updates, Upcoming Trainings on SNAP, Vets and Unemployment

We have a number of updates and a lot of information, below. Next week's SNAP Coalition meeting will be from 10-11:30 on Tuesday, 1/19. Agenda to come!

P-EBT: Oct/Nov P-EBT info/resources and updated list of CEP districts

DTA shared they issued P-EBT on 1/11 for October and November to a group of students who were not included in the 12/30 issuance (because their districts were delayed in getting data to the Department of Early and Secondary Education). 

Deadline TODAY to sign onto public charge letter, SNAP 101 Training!

It has been a very hard and shocking week, and we hope that this weekend you have time away from the news with loved ones.

Health Update Jan 6, 2021

Health Update Jan. 6, 2021

SNAP Coalition mtg 1/5, Cash boost, SNAP Boost and P-EBT

Happy New Year! A number of updates and info on tomorrow's Coalition meeting below. 

Please Sign On: Comments Regarding CMS Interim Final Rule

Happy new year, everyone!

Oct/Nov P-EBT on cards Wed, 12/30 by 11 AM! Spread the word!

COVID relief package & SNAP, eviction legal help project, vet benefits training

Thanks to everyone who tuned in this morning to the last Coalition Zoom meeting of 2020! Amazing to "see" 120 of you to celebrate the good news - we have lots to do in 2021! Follow up information below. 
SNAP and P-EBT improvements in COVID relief 

Important SNAP Coalition Mtg Tues 12/22 - Congress COVID relief update & MA P-EBT

We have important updates to share and are going ahead with the SNAP Coalition meeting tomorrow, Dec 22nd from 10 to 11 AM, for those able to attend. Colleagues at the Food Research and Action Center (FRAC) will be joining us as well as DTA's Director of Food Security and Nutrition Programs, Brittany Mangini, to give important P-EBT updates. 

Action Alert: Override the Governor's Veto of Full MH Adult Dental

In an incredible victory, the FY21 Conference Budget included a line item restoring full MassHealth adult dental coverage back to the same level of coverage before significant cuts were made in 2010! The line item included $19 million of funding. Unfortunately, the Governor vetoed this provision. We need your help to restore it.