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Food Security

Access Food for Your Family

Food insecurity can happen to a variety of people. The USDA reports that in 2017 the following groups experienced not being able to get enough food.

  • 15.7% of households with children
  • 13% of people living alone
  • 19.7%-30.3% of single parent households
  • 30.8% of low income households

In this webinar, Lauren Butler from the office of Dean of Students, will walk you through resources available to help you become food secure.

Find a Food Bank

Specific to Children

Government Assistance Programs

  • SNAP (eligibility depends on state requirements)
  • WIC (temporary for women and children)

Farm Fresh

Organizations that provide education about gardening and food assistance