|Homelessness and Housing||Brief||March 2015||3/1/2015|
A summary of findings from interviews with stakeholders and listening sessions with ABAWDs ABAWD food stamps waiver expiration supplemental nutrition assistance program able-bodied adult without dependents Hunger-Free Minnesota Hunger Free Minnesota DHS
|Heather Johnson||4/24/2015 1:23 PM||Heather Johnson|
Research study to understand the impact of the ABAWD (able-bodied adult without dependents) waiver expiration on Minnesota SNAP recipients. Wilder Research interviewed community experts who are familiar with SNAP (previously known as "food stamps") and analyzed information collected through listening sessions with homeless adults to gain their insight on the reinstatement of work provisions for SNAP ABAWDs, the process used to communicate the policy change, and barriers to receiving SNAP benefits.
|HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-1462|| ||0||1462||0||4/27/2015 10:19 AM||Perceptions of SNAP's Mandatory Work Provisions on Adults Without Dependents.pdf||Perceptions of SNAP's Mandatory Work Provisions on Adults Without Dependents||Stephanie Nelson-Dusek||Evaluation||2.0|