Thank you for your support of the SNAP food benefits program in Texas. The resources that your organization provides go a long way toward helping Texans learn more about staying healthy through food and exercise.
We’ve created several tools to help you share and encourage Texans to eat healthy and move more.
31 Quick tips
31 Quick tips provides easy-to-follow tips in a convenient, printable format. These are perfect for cutting out and posting on the refrigerator. Parents and caregivers can place them in a jar and draw out a daily tip for the family to follow. These Quick Tips could also be used as Facebook or website posts.
Download English Quick tips (ZIP, 3.2 MB).
Download es Quick tips (ZIP, 3.5 MB).
Facebook posts are a fun approach to informing people who like your Facebook page about eating healthy and staying active. We have created posts with graphics and videos and are available for your organization to post on your social media feeds. These materials are also available in es.
Download Facebook Posts (PDF, xxKB).
Loteria drink recipes
Find healthy and delicious drink recipes that are great for the whole family.
Download the loteria recipes (PDF, 1.4MB).
Civil rights training is required of all individuals involved in all levels of administration for programs that receive federal financial assistance, including full-time staff, part-time staff, consultants, interns and volunteers. The purpose of this training is to inform staff of civil rights related laws, regulations, procedures and directives. SNAP-Ed providers are required to complete a civil rights training annually. The following training was developed by Texas Health and Human Services Civil Rights Office to meet SNAP-Ed civil rights requirements. Contractors must maintain documentation of their annual completion of civil rights training.
Click here to begin the training (link is external).