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Georgia  CAFE (formerly Athens CAFE) helps  older  adults  apply  for  food  stamps  in  a simplified   and  complete  way  to  maximize  the  benefits  they are  entitled  to.

Interested in food stamp application assistance?

Georgia CAFE advocates help:

...older adults age 60 and older apply for and use food stamp benefits

...make the application process easier for older adults while providing the most complete way to get the benefits they are entitled to

...older adults get the food assistance they need that is important for their overall health

Interested in training to be a Georgia CAFE Food Stamp Advocate?

Georgia CAFE trainings can cover:

  • Ways to apply for food stamp (SNAP) benefits - paper/online
  • Determining the best way to apply for food stamps
  • Understanding the food stamp household definition
  • Understanding key food stamp deductions
  • Determining financial eligibility
  • Calculating potential food stamp benefit amounts
  • Using food stamp benefits - EBT card activation, usage, and replacement

Georgia CAFE training info flyer

[For more information send email to: ugageorgiacafe@gmail.com]

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