University of Maryland Extension

SNAP-Ed Adult Programs

Supplemental Nutrition
Assistance Program
Can Help
Limited-income Families Buy
Nutritious Foods

The Supplemental Nutrition
Assistance Program
provides nutrition assistance,
both in the form of targeted
benefits and nutrition education
programs to low-income
individuals and households.   

To get more information on
SNAP, contact the Maryland
Department of Human
Resources at 1-800-332-6347 or
apply online at:

University of Maryland Extension Brings Nutrition Classes and Workshops to Your Community 

Maryland’s SNAP-Ed Program offers nutrition education programs to help Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) households and those eligible for SNAP.Market  SNAP-Ed programs are provided at no cost to support the work of community agencies serving SNAP-eligible individuals and families, such as literacy centers, local food banks, soup kitchens, WIC offices, senior centers, community centers, neighborhood groups, and homeless shelters.  Many materials are available in both English and Spanish.

Click on the links below to learn more about SNAP-Ed programs for adults.   

  • WalkWays Encourages Participants to Take Steps to Better Health
  • Nutrition to GO! Are Quick Lessons in Stretching Food Dollars, Reading Calorie Labels, and Much More
  • Market to Mealtime: Partnering with Farmers’ Markets to Increase the Sales and Consumption of Fruits and Vegetables
  • Text2BHealthy messages reinforce SNAP-Ed school activities and nutrition education programs
  • Text4HealthyTots messages offer nutrition and physical activity ideas to parents of preschool-aged children. 





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