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Choose This, Not That: Healthy Food Ideas for Families

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Public food assistance programs like the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) or Pennslyvania’s Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) are designed to ensure low-income families have continuous access to nutritious meals. While these programs can be a lifeline to families in crisis, they come with guidelines…Read More

Be Proactive – Get Help Early.

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It is important to ask for proactive support and get help early. Life changes often lead to major shifts in available resources. Consider taking a proactive approach and make a quick visit to your local food pantry to get support you need. It’s easy to start cutting costs and minimize…Read More

How Do I Get Help?

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As a community, we prioritize providing assistance for low income families. When resources are tight, local government and social services teams are set up to identify programs and services that are the best fit, guiding individuals and families to the help they need. From diapers and food to utility programs…Read More