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What is SNAP?

SNAP, or the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, is called Basic Food in Washington State. It helps people with limited resources stretch their food dollars to buy healthy food. Basic Food benefits are based on family size, income and expenses.

What is SNAP-Ed?

SNAP Education is value added when you sign up for Basic Food assistance.. People like yourself learn skills that will help you and your family eat better for less money! Joining is free to those willing to invest in their future!.. See what people say about their SNAP Ed experience… and get Started with SNAP-Ed today!​

   Healthy Recipes

All recipes found on wasnap-ed.org are community tested by regular folks just like you and me! Every effort has been made to create recipes that are nutritious and easy for everyone to prepare.

Find SNAP-Ed Near You

Washington State SNAP-Ed offers educational classes for individuals and families state-wide. Select your county to start learning more about classes and resources available near you!

WA State Messaging Highlights

Washington State has many great SNAP-Ed resources. Here are just a few!

Regardless of your income, you deserve to be healthier. Improved health can be as easy as taking small steps forward. On our website find free or low-cost health resources to help you. Watch videos of real people who share their secrets to success..

Food and activity go hand-in-hand when it comes to feeling good. Add color to your life and eat more fruit and vegetables. Eat breakfast for more energy all day long. Move to music and “play” with family and friends for 30 to 60 minutes a day. Energize your life and feel better!

When was the last time your family sat down and enjoyed a meal together? Sometimes it is hard to get everyone together. Did you know that research shows that eating as a family has great benefits for children and teens? Here are some ideas to help you set the table for the family and set roots for a lifetime.

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