Expand the sections below to view data commonly provided by the Division of Food and Energy Assistance, including SNAP application volume, Colorado's Program Access Index history; as well as research about SNAP enrollment rates.
- SNAP data
- SNAP research
The University of Colorado School of Medicine Farley Health Policy Center conducted a study looking to assess geographic differences in co-enrollment rates of Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) and Health First Colorado (Medicaid)/Child Health Insurance Program (CHP+) among Colorado’s 64 counties. Read a one-page summary.
To better understand the potential impacts of Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program participation on Medicaid expenditures, the University of Colorado School of Medicine Farley Health Policy Center assessed the health care cost and utilization of Health First Colorado members who concurrently participated in SNAP. Read the full report.