Year 1 Report
This report includes statewide data from April 1, 2015, through March 31, 2016.
This report provides a comprehensive look at the FSET program over the first year, including an overview of the program’s successes during the first year of implementation of the regional administrative model and the federal work requirement for able-bodied adults without dependents.
More importantly, it includes the stories and experiences of some FoodShare members who have improved their lives with the help of the FSET program and are in a better position to forge their own futures without having to rely on government assistance.
FSET Regions: Reported New Employments
The number of new employments by FSET participants including employments for adults who need to meet the work requirement and for other voluntary participants (more than one job may be reported by a participant)
FSET Regions: FoodShare Members Newly Enrolled in the FSET Program
The number of new enrollments received by month, including adults who need to meet the work requirement and other voluntary participants
FSET Regions: FoodShare Members Newly Referred to the FSET Program
The number of new referrals received by month, including adults who need to meet the work requirement and other voluntary participants
FSET Regions: Time-Limited Benefits
FoodShare Members who used up three months of time-limited benefits and lost eligibility