Survey of USDA's SNAP E&T Program Case Management

With the passage of the 2018 Farm Bill, states are now required to provide case management to all Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Employment and Training (SNAP E&T) program participants. The purpose of this study was to help the Food and Nutrition Service better understand how states are implementing the SNAP E&T case management requirement. The study had four objectives: describe states' approaches to SNAP E&T case management; describe states' responses to the new program requirement for case management; provide a comprehensive picture of states' approaches to SNAP E&T assessment; and document states' approaches to offering participant reimbursements. This report summarizes state survey and case study findings and highlights promising practices and lessons learned that can be used to support states as they work to provide case management services aligned with their participants' needs, available resources, and program priorities.

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