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The Department of Social and Health Services (DSHS) administers funding for the Washington SNAP-Ed program. DSHS staff work closely with Regional Implementing agencies to ensure that SNAP-Ed programs, implemented across the state, meet all requirements set forth in federal guidance.


Food and Nutrition Services (FNS) and the United State Department of Agriculture (USDA) are the federal agencies responsible for the administration of the SNAP-Ed program. Resources are available from FNS and USDA that link directly to the work we do in SNAP-Ed.

ASNNA (Association of SNAP Nutrition Education Administrators)

ASNNA is a national organization that works to collaborate with SNAP Nutrition Education administrators nationwide.  Their purpose is to work together to share best practices, promote leadership and improve the nutrition and health of our nation’s residents. Each year the organization holds an annual meeting where a wide variety of SNAP-Ed related topics are discussed.  The link below will take you to documents from this years conference: