The coalition meets quarterly to address food access issues, increase participation in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, identify barriers and areas for expansion in nutrition assistance and support, and develop coordinated outreach efforts to ensure all Minnesotans who are eligible for assistance have an opportunity
to apply for it.
Coalition goals include:
These are one-page summaries on economic assistance in Minnesota.
This provides details about monthly activity in the Minnesota Family Investment Program and the Diversionary Work Program, by county and tribe.
These indicators are quarterly data on state-mandated performance measures, by county, tribal providers and county consortia.
These are Minnesota Family Investment Program and Diversionary Work Program: Characteristics of Cases and Eligible Adults.
This is a summary report on the first decade of the Minnesota Family Investment Program, based on December reports for 1997 to 2006:
This is annual data and analysis of cases involving people who have reached the 60-month lifetime limit for receiving cash assistance:
These are reports on important measurement, evaluation, and research topics.
The Minnesota Department of Human Services conducted a five-year study following nearly 2,000 early Minnesota Family Investment Program participants.