CalFresh Outreach Program
What is CalFresh?
CalFresh is a nutrition assistance program that helps low-income individuals and families buy the food they need. CalFresh dollars help stretch a tight food budget and help many people afford to incorporate healthy foods like fruits and vegetables into their diets. CalFresh is the name of the USDA-funded Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) in the state of California.
CalFresh benefits can be used at certain local farmers markets in addition to grocery stores and markets. Many farmers markets also offer Market Match which provides matching funds so you can purchase extra fruits and vegetables. To find local farmers markets that accept CalFresh EBT and offer Market Match, check here: Ecology Center
What is the CalFresh Outreach Program?
The CalFresh Outreach Program in the Division of Student Affairs provides outreach and application assistance to eligible students. Each semester the program holds an outreach day where students can learn more about the program and get assistance. Additionally, appointments and drop-in hours are held during each semester.
What the CalFresh Outreach program can help you with:
- Services during drop-in assistance
- Application Help
- Eligibility Prescreen
- Appeals Assistance
- Required Verifications
- Interview Preparation
- Questions Answered
- Helpful Materials
- Recertification Help
Where do I go for assistance?
The CalFresh Outreach program provides assistance during drop-in hours and one-one appointments.
Office: USU 313
Drop-in hours Spring 2019:Tuesdays 8am-12pm and 1pm-5pm.
Appointments: You can schedule an appointment by visiting: https://csulbcalfresh.youcanbook.me/