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          • How We Can Help
            See how SNAP Path to Work can help you achieve your career goals and support your family’s success.
          • Programs and Services
            SNAP Path to Work offers a variety of education and training programs and supports designed to help you prepare for, find, and succeed in your next job.
          • Eligibility Requirements
            Interested? Find out who can enroll in SNAP Path to Work and how to get started.
          • Find a Provider
            Find free SNAP Path to Work education and training opportunities near you. DTA partners with community colleges, MassHire Career Centers, and community-based organizations across the state.
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            Find and attend a recruitment webinar or other event in your area.
          • How it Works
            Learn about the qualifications to become a provider and associated benefits.
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You’ve made progress in your job search by visiting our website today. Now it’s time to figure out exactly what SNAP Path to Work can do to help you land the job you want. We offer a wealth of resources to make obtaining employment possible. You can learn about our services, search for education and training providers, and find answers to your ABAWD requirement questions right here in our online library:

Current Providers – Search for Education and Training providers by type and location.

ABAWD Work Requirements (English) (Spanish) – SNAP Path to Work can help you meet your ABAWD work requirements.

Request for ABAWD Work Program Exemption – Tell us about your situation so we can determine if you are exempt from or already meeting work program requirements. Exemption forms are available for download in English and Spanish.

SNAP Work Requirement Medical Report – Authorizes the release of medical information to DTA, helping us determine if you are exempt from work program requirements.

SNAP Clients Closed for Failure to Meet Able-Bodied Adults Without Dependents (ABAWD) Work Participation Rules (English) (Spanish) – You can request a review of your strike history or regain SNAP eligibility.

Department of Transitional Assistance (DTA) – DTA is a proud sponsor of the SNAP Path to Work program.

If you still have questions about your benefits, or prefer to speak to one of our supportive staff members about your job search requirements, you can reach DTA staff at 877-382-2363.