An historical archive of the year of the great flood.

From: Boulder County Housing and Human Services

As you may have seen, Boulder County residents who have been impacted by the recent flooding (including county employees) now have access to a temporary expansion of the federal food assistance program (SNAP). It’s known as the Disaster Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, or D-SNAP, and it provides one month of food assistance funding (between $200 and $1,200, averaging about $668 for a family of four) for those who qualify.

There is a very short application window for D-SNAP. Applications will not be accepted after this Friday, Sept. 27th.

If you know someone who may qualify for D-SNAP, please make sure they know they can come to one of the Disaster Assistance Centers to apply. The application process takes between 20 and 45 minutes.

Here are documents with D-SNAP information that may be helpful to you:

D-SNAP Food Assistance Highlights

D-SNAP Disaster Food Assistance Eligibility Criteria

D-SNAP Disaster Food Assistance Income Guidelines


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