Introducing "A Recipe for Good Health". FoodShare Wisconsin is today's food and nutrition program designed to help create a healthier Wisconsin. It is a recipe for good health, based on the modern version of the old federal food stamp program. FoodShare provides wider access, ease of use, and information about good nutrition.
How to apply
One of the most convenient ways to apply for FoodShare is online. You can go to the Wisconsin Access website where you can answer some questions to see if you might qualify or begin an application for FoodShare and other programs offered by the State. FoodShare and some other programs require a face-to-face interview as part of the application process. Click on the Access image below to visit the State website:
You may apply in person for FoodShare and other State programs at the Workforce Development Center at 1717 Taylor Avenue, Racine between the hours of 7:30 am and 5:00 pm Monday thru Friday.
Click on the image below to find out more about FoodShare or call the Wisconsin’s Kenosha Racine Partners (WKRP) at 1-888-794-5820 for more information.
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