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Food Resources

Receive access to a variety of nutritious food items, including fresh produce, canned goods, dairy products, proteins, and non-perishable staples, helping to alleviate food insecurity and ensure balanced nutrition for individuals and families in need across the Rocky Mountain region

WIC (Women, Infants, and Children) program provides nutrition education, supplemental foods, breastfeeding support, and referrals to healthcare and social services for eligible pregnant women, new mothers, infants, and young children up to the age of five.

By visiting Denver food pantries, individuals and families can access a range of essential food items, including fresh produce, canned goods, grains, proteins, and other non-perishable items. These resources help to address immediate food needs, alleviate hunger, and provide nutritional support for those facing food insecurity in the Denver area.

Get connected to resources like food assistance programs, nutrition education, and advocacy efforts aimed at ending hunger. Additionally, Hunger Free Colorado conducts research, provides outreach and assistance, and advocates for policies that promote food security and access to nutritious food for all Coloradans.

SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program), formerly known as food stamps, provides eligible individuals and families with funds to purchase food. This assistance is provided through an electronic benefits card, similar to a debit card, which can be used at authorized retailers to buy eligible food items, helping to ensure access to nutritious meals for those in need

TEFAP distributes canned goods, grains, proteins, and fresh produce, to help alleviate food insecurity and ensure that vulnerable populations have access to nutritious food.

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