SNAP Path to Work Provider Reimbursement Project Information Sessions
Low-income households benefit from the SNAP outreach and employment and training (E&T) services your organization provides. Did you know that these services MAY qualify for partial federal reimbursement within the state of Massachusetts?
The Department of Transitional Assistance (DTA), in partnership with UMass Medical School (UMass), manages two projects —SNAP Outreach Partner Reimbursement and SNAP Path to Work Provider Reimbursement (E&T). One or both projects may apply to your nonprofit organization.
To learn more, DTA and UMass invite you to attend one of the information sessions being held at different locations around Massachusetts. These sessions are designed to walk you through the federal rules, including funding sources, allowable activities and the enrollment process.
If you are part of a larger organization and host member meetings, and would like us to come and present and talk about the SNAP Path to Work or SNAP Outreach Reimbursement Projects, then please connect with us.
Learn more about SNAP Path to Work's goal of expanding recipient access to employment and training services in Massachusetts in this information sheet.
RSVP's required for all sessions, in-person and webinars*. Events will be cancelled if there are no RSVPs. Webinar information will follow once you RSVP.
Dates and Locations
Webinars are held the 4th Friday of every month*. In-person sessions to be determined.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to RSVP. Webinar information will be forwarded to you.
*Please note, all information sessions without any RSVPs are subject to cancellation.