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Food For Thought : Food Stamps Will Help Your Client's Family

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We all know that many families are suffering because of the fuel crisis, housing and credit issues.

Many are being forced to sell their homes because they can't afford them any longer.

You might see signs that indicate that your clients need more than just a home sale.

They might need nutrition for their families during these terrible days of economic suffering; they may need to feed themselves and their children.

Familiarize yourself with our government's Food Stamp Program.

More than anything else, the future and good health of your client's children may depend on this information.

Demonstrate that you care and help them.

Don't allow any family to go hungry during this time.

The United States Department of Agriculture has a toll free number and an assistance line that will put food on your client's family table. 1-800-221-5689.

There are also wonderful nutrition education programs available at the USDA website at http://www.fns.usda.gov/fsp.

It's our duty to help them.

-David-




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