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SNAP Benefits Decreased Early 2023

Due to federal action, SNAP recipients received their last maximum emergency allotments in February.

SNAP Outreach

The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) is a United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) program that can help you put food on the table. SNAP, formerly known as food stamps, is a monthly allocation of dollars for individuals and families who need help getting enough food. Benefits are distributed to recipients each month on an EBT (Electronic Benefits Transfer) card, which works like a debit card. SNAP benefits can be used to purchase food at grocery stores, convenience stores, and some farmer’s markets and co-op food programs.

The Food Bank’s SNAP Outreach team is available to help you sign up for the program to get you the food you need.

Contact Us

Getting started is a snap! It’s as easy as scheduling an appointment with a member of the Food Bank’s SNAP Outreach team to see if you are eligible. Our team can answer all your SNAP questions.





David Álvarez
(Hablo español)
Outreach Manager

Fátima Castillo-Miramontes
(Hablo español)
Outreach Coordinator

Income Eligibility

*Your household can receive up to the maximum allotment after adjustments.

The general income guidelines below can help you determine whether you may qualify for SNAP benefits. If you have questions about your eligibility, just schedule an appointment with a member of our team!

Household SizeGross Monthly IncomeMaximum Allotment
Each additional member+$788 +$211

Additional Outreach Services

Our team can also help you sign up for services that can help you pay for your energy bills (LEAP), help you get formula or food for your children (WIC), provide you with health insurance (Medicaid) or offer cash assistance (TANF, Aid to the Needy and Disabled, and Old Age Pension). Simply schedule an appointment with a member of our team if you are interested in applying for any of these programs. Click the buttons below to learn more about each type of assistance.

WIC (Women, Infant, Children)

WIC (Women, Infant, Children) gives you resources, knowledge and tools to help you and support your family. It’s free for moms, dads, grandparents, foster parents and all Colorado families who qualify. Whether you’re pregnant, already a mom or raising a child younger than 5, you can get the right personalized support for you and your family.

Medicaid (Health Insurance)

Medicaid provides health coverage to millions of Americans, including eligible low-income adults, children, pregnant women, elderly adults and people with disabilities. Medicaid is administered by states, according to federal requirements.

Cash Assistance

Depending on your age, income, and whether you live with any disabilities, you may qualify for several types of cash assistance. Click the buttons below to learn more about the programs our team can help you apply for.

Low-Income Energy Assistance Program (LEAP)

The Colorado Low-income Energy Assistance Program (LEAP) is a federally funded program that helps eligible hard-working Colorado families, seniors and individuals pay a portion of their winter home heating costs.

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