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SNAP Path to Work Provider Reimbursement Project

The SNAP Path to Work Provider Reimbursement project is a collaboration between the Department of Transitional Assistance (DTA), ForHealth Consulting at the UMass Chan Medical School and contracted Community-Based Organizations, Community Colleges and other education and training providers.

Our Goals are to:

  • Expand under and unemployed MA SNAP recipient access to employment and training services that can help them gain skills, training, or experience that improve their employment opportunities; and
  • Enable Community Partners providing approved SNAP employment and training services to access federal funds* with which to continue or enhance existing activities.

For more information:

Contact UMass Chan: 1-508-856-3139 or UM***********@um******.edu.

Attend one of virtual information sessions held the 4th Friday of every month from 1pm to 2pm.