National

USDA

USDA Data on the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program

USDA Summer Electronic Benefit Transfer for Children (SEBTC) Deomonstration: Summary Report 2011-2014 (Summary)

Evaluation of the Health Incentives Pilot (HIP) Final Report-Summary

USDA Releases New Report on Trafficking and Announces Additional Measures to Improve Integrity in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program.

 USDA-Food Nutrition Service: Implications of Restricting the Use of Food Stamp Benefits-Summary.

SNAP

Donald Trump’s Budget Cuts Would Leave Many Americans Hungry

Key Trump Official Signals Strong Support For Food Stamps

Why Photo IDs Won’t Stop Food Stamp Fraud.

State Eligibility Changes Not Major Factor in SNAP’s Growth.

House 2017 Budget Plan Would Slash SNAP by More Than $150 Billion Over Ten Years.

There’s Just One Problem With Photos on Food Stamp Cards.

SNAP: Combatting Fraud and Improving Program Integrity Without Weakening Success.

Let's Protect SNAP: Health Equity

President’s Brutal Budget Will Cause a Spike in Hunger and Poverty for Millions

STATE DATA SHEETS

Hunger Free New England Compact-Outreach Data Sheet-Connecticut

Hunger Free New England Compact-Outreach Data Sheet-Maine

Hunger Free New England Compact-Outreach Data Sheet-Massachusetts

Hunger Free New England Compact-Outreach Data Sheet-New Hampshire

Hunger Free New England Compact-Outreach Data Sheet-Rhode Island

Hunger Free New England Compact-Outreach Data Sheet-Vermont

NATIONAL DATA

Hunger Doesn’t Take a Vacation: Summer Nutrition Status Report.

Treatment Plan for Hunger: SNAP, WIC, and the Community Eligibility Provision.

New England Projections: Residents of New England Aged 60 and Over

Center for Social and Demographic Research on Aging

President’s Budget Would Shift Substantial Costs to States and Cut Food Assistance for Millions

Trump’s Budget Request: A devastating assault on ordinary Americans