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Food and Nutrition

  1. Food and Nutrition

    Any child registered in a participating school can apply for free and reduced price meals with their school.

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  2. Food and Nutrition

    Eat Smart Idaho provides nutrition and physical activity education for low-income Idahoans.  Participants learn the basics of  quick and healthy meal preparation, smart shopping, food safety, and increased levels of physical activity.

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  3. Financial

    Learn about checking, savings and managing a bank account. At the end of the program, graduates may be able to open an account at participating financial institutions.

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  4. Food and Nutrition

    The Women, Infants, & Children Program, also known as WIC, helps Idaho families by providing checks to buy healthy foods from local grocery stores.

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  5. Financial

    The Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program Crisis Program helps families who are at risk of losing power, or who have already lost power. Families need to meet certain eligibility criteria requirements to qualify.

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  6. Food and Nutrition

    The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (also known as food stamps) provides nutritional food assistance for households who meet certain eligibility criteria.

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  7. Family Services

    The Children's Developmental Disabilities program provides community based services for children with developmental disabilities. 

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  8. Food and Nutrition

    Eligible seniors receive a free monthly food box that includes food, nutrition information, and helpful recipes.

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  9. Food and Nutrition

    Locate the food pantry, senior center, mobile pantry, or feeding site nearest you.

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  10. Food and Nutrition

    Cooking Matters provides cooking classes and in-store shopping tips.

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  11. Food and Nutrition

    Food that's IN when school is OUT! Summer Food serves FREE meals and snacks to all children ages 1-18 at over 300 sites across the state during the summer months. 

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  12. Food and Nutrition

    The Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) promotes health and well-being of children and adults by providing meal and snack reimbursement to eligible child care and adult day cares throughout the State of Idaho.

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