The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (or SNAP) serves more than 40 million people in the U.S. - making it the largest and most comprehensive source of food assistance for Americans experiencing poverty. Yet many government administrators, case workers, community advocates, legal professionals and those who are eligible for the program may be unaware of how to apply for SNAP benefits, or how to appeal when those benefits are denied, reduced or taken away.
In this webinar from June 23, 2021, CCLP's Sara Lipowitz joined Dr. Sandy Stenmark of the American Academy of Pediatrics-Colorado Chapter, and Christy Blakely, Executive Director of Family Voices Colorado. Discussion centered on what steps might be taken to mitigate childhood poverty across Colorado.
CCLP’s Allison Neswood, Esq., explains the new federal public charge rules and how they affect Colorado’s immigrant families in this 58-minute webinar. We have applied for one CLE credit for this session.
The Federal Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (formerly known as the food stamp...