Code for America Unveils First Cohort of State Partners to Launch Effort Transforming Nation’s Social Safety Net

Code for America’s Safety Net Innovation Lab (the Lab), funded by $100 million through philanthropic support, partners with government agencies and community organizations to reimagine the delivery of government services that are equitable, easy-to-use, and built for the digital age. The Lab will work with 15 states (five states per cohort) over seven years to reach 13 million people and unlock $30 billion in benefits in the areas of food assistance, health care, and other basic needs. California, Colorado, Connecticut, and Louisiana have committed to partnering with the Lab to transform how social safety net services are delivered. These four states will focus on three primary areas: improving SNAP service delivery, increasing WIC participation, and developing and improving single, integrated benefits applications.

Record Type: 
Stakeholder Resource
Publication Date: 
May, 2022
Date: 
May 2022
Source: 
Partner Resources
State: 
California
Colorado
Connecticut
Louisiana
Topics/Subtopics: 
  • Supportive Services
    • Health/Behavioral Health Referrals and Supports
    • SNAP/Food Assistance
  • Special Populations
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