MyBenefits.Gov- New York State residents can visit this web site to find out if you are eligible for help through SNAP (formerly Food Stamps), Nutrition Education, Temporary Assistance, HEAP, WIC, School Meals and Summer Meal Programs.
SNAP (formerly Food Stamp) benefits help low-income working people, seniors, the disabled and others feed their families. The USDA’s SNAP-Ed connection web site provides great tips and resources.
The SNAP-to-Market website helps you find NY Farmers' Markets where you can use your SNAP benefits (formerly Food Stamps) and explains how to make Farmers' Market purchases with them. You'll also find information on when fruits and vegetables are in-season at your market, and recipes to use with produce you buy.
WIC - the Women, Infants & Children’s Supplemental Food Program provides nutritious foods, nutrition education, and referrals to community services for low-income pregnant and post-partum women and their children under five years of age. Breastfeeding support is available. Find out if you are eligible for WIC, see a schedule of monthly WIC clinics in locations around Tompkins County, and other WIC resources on this website. Tompkins County Health Department, 55 Brown Road, Ithaca, New York 14850
USDA Coronavirus Food Assistance Program - Whether your farm is large or small, if you’ve lost business due to the pandemic, you’ll soon be able to apply for financial aid under the Coronavirus Food Assistance Program.
Safe Plates Program - The Safe Plates Training and Educational Programs branch primarily serves to provide consistent, evidence-based programs targeted to specific audiences. Programs are designed by incorporating the best available science in food safety and presented considering adult education and behavior theories.
CCE HOME FOOD PRESERVATION RESOURCE LIST. Recommended for New York State – 2019. Compiled by Cornell Cooperative Extension Experts, Diane Whitten
Last updated October 5, 2021