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Making Healthy Food Accessible Programs, trainings, and resources to help people in Washington with food insecurity increase access to healthy meals.

Making Healthy Food Accessible


Friday Forum: Advocacy Update (Hunger Action Day)


Training: Curriculum Rubric Reveal (Registration Required)


WUW: New SNAP-Ed Curriculum Rubric Support


Friday Forum: Meaningful Movement for Communities and Families

What's Up WA SNAP-Ed Recorded!

The first What's Up WA SNAP-Ed of FFY23 about local food procurement was recorded. Click here to learn more and fill out a form if you are interested in learning even more!

News from the Washington State Department of Social and Health Services

The Department of Social and Health Services seeking a Program Consultant to provide operational support in the management of SNAP-Ed.  The SNAP-Ed Program Consultant is a vital part of the SNAP-Ed program and helps manage the agencies and organizations contracted to implement SNAP-Ed across the state. Learn more and apply below.

Learn More and Apply!
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Stories & Impacts

Rural schoolchildren try new, healthy foods with Harvest of the Month

Harvest of the Month display board. Elementary schoolchildren in the rural community of Touchet, Wash., encountered farm-grown fruits and vegetables and learned about the benefits of a healthy diet through the Harvest of the Month…
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Partnership brings year-round fresh produce to those in need

Fresh produce in winter can be hard to find for a community food pantry.
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When schools shut down, WSU Extension brought meal kits and seed starters to local families

When the announcement came in early 2020 that Thurston and Lewis County Schools would be online only due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the staff of Thurston County Washington State University Extension snapped into action to…
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Connecting Participants to Food Assistance Programs

Staff involved in the Washington State SNAP-Ed program play an important role in helping people we serve connect to food assistance programs across the state. We hope everyone takes time to review these programs and the benefits they have to offer. Connecting participants to food assistance can help people live healthier lives.

Use the information and links below to learn about food access programs in the state of Washington.

Washington Connection offers a fast and easy way for families and individuals to apply for a variety of services. There are a number of services you can link SNAP-Ed participants to help them access healthy food. In addition, Washington Connections provides a variety of food resources.

There are Community Services Offices (CSO) across the state that provide many DSHS services.

SNAP-Ed LIAs can find information about how to help SNAP participants access healthy food through federal and state funded programs here:  Washington SNAP-Ed Resources

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