By June 2021, Human Services will increase by 50% the number of low-income seniors and disabled single adults enrolled in CalFresh.
|Identify potential eligible seniors and disabled individuals, including supplemental security income recipients, currently receiving services.
||Work with partners to reach out to and enroll aged and disabled individuals, including supplemental security income recipients into the CalFresh program.
||Establish or continue agreements for outreach services.
||Enroll new recipients.
|1.A.ii, 1.B.i, 3.D.ii
For individuals and families experiencing poverty, reliable access to nutritious food supports good physical health, reduces chronic illness, and helps ease the constant worry about having enough food on the table. Beginning in June 2019, Seniors and people with disabilities receiving Supplemental Security Income (SSI)/State Supplemental Payment (SSP) became eligible for CalFresh nutrition assistance.