A food pantry staff member helps a client with his selections.
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Visit our Food Pantry links for a list of daily pantries & meal sites.

An older adult man purchasing groceries with SNAP Benefits.  
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Many stores and farmers' markets accept your SNAP benefits EBT card.

A group of children have lunch in the school cafeteria.
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The National School Lunch Program provides healthy, balanced low-cost or free meals.

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Your EBT/Food Stamp/SNAP card is welcome at a farmers' market near you!

Food Assistance Programs

Making ends meet during difficult times can be easier with help from the right programs and other community resources. Cornell Cooperative Extension works with many local food assistance programs to help families, individuals and seniors find and access food resources that best meet their needs.

COVID-19 Information 

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For more information contact http://otda.ny.gov/SNAP-COVID-19

If you need help applying for SNAP, call or email a Nutrition Outreach and Education Program (NOEP) Coordinator. NOEP Coordinators tell you if you may be eligible for SNAP, answer any questions you may have, and help you complete and submit your application. It is free and confidential.

St. Lawrence- Maximizing Independent Living Center- 315-764-9442 x405

Contact

Cassondra Caswell
Health and Nutrition Team Leader, SNAP-Ed Program Manager
cgc58@cornell.edu
315-379-9192 x235

Last updated April 13, 2020