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CalFresh

Recorded on: Mar. 23, 2018
Running Time: 01:01:53

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Taken from the Web Program California Public Benefits: The Basics for Nonprofit and Pro Bono Advocacy 2018 Recorded March 2018 in San Francisco

CalFresh [01:01:53]

The federal Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), formerly known as Food Stamps and called CalFresh in California, provides assistance to individuals and households to meet their basic nutritional needs.  This panel will give an overview of the CalFresh program, and address common issues related to the CalFresh program that result in state hearings and potentially in appeals, as well as CalFresh during Disasters and immigrant eligibility.

Antionette Dozier, Lisa M. Newstrom

The purchase price of this Web Program segment includes the following articles from the Course Handbook available online:

  • CalFresh & SNAP: What Advocates Need to Know
    Stephanie Haffner, Lisa M. Newstrom
  • Food Stamp Calculator—FFY 2018 (Blank)
    Lisa M. Newstrom, Stephanie Haffner
  • Food Stamps Calculator: Appendix 2018
    Lisa M. Newstrom, Stephanie Haffner
  • Food Stamp Calculator—FFY 2018 (Sample Calculation)
    Lisa M. Newstrom, Stephanie Haffner
  • Sample Position Statement on Jurisdiction
    Lisa M. Newstrom, Stephanie Haffner
  • Sample Claimant’s Position Statement on Overissuance
    Lisa M. Newstrom, Stephanie Haffner
  • Federal vs. State CalFresh for Noncitizens
    Stephanie Haffner, Lisa M. Newstrom
  • Federal Guidance on Public Charge: When Is it Safe to Use Public Benefits? Last Updated August 2014, National Immigration Law Center
    Lisa M. Newstrom, Stephanie Haffner
  • Providing Adequate Notice, November 23, 1982, All County Information Notice I-151-82, State of California—Health and Welfare Agency, Department of Social Services
    Stephanie Haffner, Lisa M. Newstrom
  • CalFresh Student Work Rule—Federal Law Restrictions & Recent State Law Provisions, Updated January 2016, Western Center on Law & Poverty
    Stephanie Haffner
  • CalFresh Program: Student Eligibility, December 31, 2015, All County Information Notice No. I-89-15, State of California—Health and Human Services Agency, Department of Social Services
    Stephanie Haffner, Lisa M. Newstrom
  • CalFresh Student Eligibility, September 17, 2015, All County Letter (ACL) No. 15-70, State of California—Health and Human Services Agency, Department of Social Services
    Lisa M. Newstrom, Stephanie Haffner
  • Lilley v. County of Alameda, Stipulated Permanent Injunction and Order, Case No. 3:15-cv-04475-JD (N.D. Cal. 2016)
    Lisa M. Newstrom, Stephanie Haffner
  • Riojas v. United States Department of Agriculture, Order Re: Cross-Motions for Summary Judgment, Case No. 15-cv-03592-JST (N.D. Cal. 2016)
    Lisa M. Newstrom, Stephanie Haffner
  • You Could Be Eligible for CalFresh Even If You Received SSI in the Past Fact Sheet, Updated November 29, 2016
    Stephanie Haffner
  • Definition of Fleeing Felon and Probation Parole Violators for the CalFresh Program, October 14, 2015, All County Letter (ACL) No. 15-82, State of California—Health and Human Services Agency, Department of Social Services
    Stephanie Haffner, Lisa M. Newstrom
  • CalWORKs and CalFresh Semiannual Reporting—What Do Advocates Need to Know? Updated April 21, 2016, Western Center on Law & Poverty
    Stephanie Haffner
  • 2017 Chaptered Bill Summary and Local Advocacy Suggestions
    Stephanie Haffner
  • Mandatory and Optional Verification for CalFresh Eligibility, November 2017
    Stephanie Haffner
  • CalFresh Policy Changes 2011–2017
    Stephanie Haffner
  • CalFresh & SNAP: What Advocates Need to Know (PowerPoint slides)
    Lisa M. Newstrom, Stephanie Haffner

 

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  • CalFresh & SNAP: What Advocates Need to Know (PowerPoint slides)
    Antionette Dozier, Lisa M. Newstrom
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    Antionette Dozier ~ Senior Attorney, Western Center on Law & Poverty
    Lisa M. Newstrom ~ Managing Attorney, Santa Clara County, Bay Area Legal Aid
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