In partnership with Easterseals-Goodwill Northern Rocky Mountain Inc., Career Transitions is a service provider for the SNAP Employment and Training (SNAP E&T) program in Gallatin County. It is funded by a grant with US Department of Agriculture (USDA), Food and Nutrition Services (FNS). The SNAP E&T program helps SNAP participants gain skills and find work that moves them forward to self-sufficiency. Through SNAP E&T, SNAP participants have access to training and support services to help them enter or move up in the workforce. These programs also help to reduce barriers to work by providing support services – such as transportation, work clothing, and training-related expenses – as participants prepare for and obtain employment. The program focuses on Able Bodied Adults without Dependents (ABAWDS), but if slots are available other SNAP recipients may participate in SNAP E&T.
This institution is an equal opportunity provider.
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What is SNAP?
Have you heard of food stamps? SNAP is the current program name for what was formally known as food stamps. SNAP is an acronym for Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program. This government program helps combat food insecurity in the United States. It is designed for those that are at or below the poverty line. SNAP was created for anyone who qualifies based on annual income and includes families, children, disabled individuals, seniors, veterans, active military, employed, and unemployed people. To see if you are eligible for SNAP benefits it is best to contact the local SNAP office.
Am I Eligible for SNAP Benefits?
While we aren’t a SNAP application Assistance location, we still want to help you if you are eligible for SNAP benefits. Please refer to the resources below. Once registered for SNAP benefits, you may be eligible for the SNAP Employment & Training program that we offer.
SNAP Benefits Resources
State Of Montana SNAP Program
Montana Public Assistance Hotline: 1-888-706-1535
Bozeman Public Assistance Field Office
12 North 3rd
Bozeman MT 59715
Email: [email protected]
Gallatin Valley Food Bank or call (406) 586-7600