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Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announced that $9.5 million in federal funding has been awarded to 39 organizations to assist New Yorkers receiving Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program benefits. Each of the organizations will match funds, resulting in $19 million to support education and training for SNAP recipients to enter the workforce.
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The Center on Budget and Policy Priorities (CBPP) newest blog in their series on SNAP and Children looks at how SNAP can help the 13 million children and their families who experienced Food Insecurity in 2015.
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This blog in the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities series on SNAP and Children looks at how SNAP lifts millions of children out of poverty, protecting them from the long-term effects of growing up poor.
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A record year for our Nutrition Outreach and Education Program, a redesigned school meals site, a new SNAP eligibility toolkit, new faces in our office. So much going on! Read our October newsletter for details!
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The newest blog in a series from the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities (CBPP) takes a closer look at the characteristics of the 20 million children helped by SNAP each month. Among those children are kids of all ages, with a wide variety of races and ethnicities. They live in all types of communities, in many different types of families, as described in a new report from CBPP, SNAP Works for America's Children.
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In Hunger Solutions New York's newest SNAP newsletter you can; download a tool kit around the October 1 changes in SNAP standards and deductions, read the newest SNAP policy memo's or learn about new research on teens and hunger.
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The Center on Budget and Policy Priorities (CBPP) recently released a new report, SNAP Works for America's Children. The report reviews the many ways in which the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP, formerly food stamps) supports children and their families. In these two recent posts, in a blog series on the report, CBPP provides details about the children receiving SNAP and the research on SNAP’s importance for children. In upcoming posts, CBPP will discuss the broad and diverse cross-section of children that SNAP is serving, and the program’s positive short- and long-term effects on kids’ lives.
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A new blog by The Center on Budget and Policy Priorities highlights a wide ranging policy agenda recently released by The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) called, Blueprint for Children: How the Next President Can Build a Foundation for a Healthy Future.
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The Nutrition Outreach and Education Program (NOEP) helped more than 33,000 New York State households receive Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits during the 2015-2016 contract year, making it the most successful year in NOEP’s 29-year history.
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A new blog by the Center on Budget and Policies Priorities highlights two recent studies that show how young people with disabilities are likelier to be “food insecure,” or have trouble affording adequate food, than other young people.

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