The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) provides important nutrition assistance to more than 47 million Americans. SNAP responds effectively to changes in need, and following a disaster, there are many options to use SNAP to increase access to nutrition and help households and communities in recovery. On this webinar national and state advocates will share information about best practices regarding Disaster SNAP (D-SNAP) advocacy and outreach; a question and answer session for webinar participants will follow the presentations. The webinar is cosponsored by Food Research and Action Center (FRAC) and AARP Foundation.

Speakers:
Ellen Vollinger, Food Research and Action Center
Gemma Donofrio, Food Research and Action Center
Karen Patyk, AARP Foundation
Pat Baker, Massachusetts Law Reform Institute, Inc.
Andrea Lutz, Food Bank For New York City
Tresa Ballard, AARP Maryland


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Date Presented:
July 18, 2013 1:00 PM Eastern
Length:
1 hour
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SNAP in the Aftermath of Disaster: Advocacy and Outreach Best Practices
  • Ellen Vollinger, Food Research and Action Center
  • Gemma Donofrio, Food Research and Action Center
  • Karen Patyk, AARP Foundation
  • Pat Baker, Massachusetts Law Reform Institute, Inc.
  • Andrea Lutz, Food Bank For New York City
  • Tresa Ballard, AARP Maryland

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