Food Distribution Household Programs

 

The Colorado Department of Human Services Food Distribution Programs work with emergency feeding organizations throughout Colorado to provide households in need with food assistance. Household programs include the Commodity Supplemental Food Program and The Emergency Food Assistance Program.

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Commodity Supplemental Food Program

CSFP is a federally funded program that provides USDA foods to low-income seniors at least 60 years of age or older. The program works to improve the health of these low-income seniors by supplementing their diets with nutritious USDA Foods. In Colorado, CSFP is known as Everyday Eats.

Visit the Everyday Eats page for eligibility and signup information.

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The Emergency Food Assistance Program

The Emergency Food Assistance Program (TEFAP) is a federally funded program that provides USDA foods to low-income households through a supplemental food box. The USDA foods are delivered to food banks across the state and then distributed to local food pantries and soup kitchens that distribute directly to the people. 

Visit the TEFAP page for eligibility and signup information.