COMMODITY SUPPLEMENTAL FOOD PROGRAM

The Commodity Supplemental Food Program (CSFP) works to improve the health of low income adults age 60+ years by supplementing their diets with nutritious foods.  The monthly food package, worth about $35, is available at no cost to eligible individuals. The foods are intended to be a supplement and do not provide a complete diet.

Who is eligible?

Any senior that is age 60 or older and has a gross monthly income that is less or equal to CSFP income guidelines in the table below.

How does CSFP work?

CSFP provides a monthly supplemental food package that will typically include: canned fruit and vegetables, dry or canned milk, cheese, canned meat, peanut butter or dried beans, cereal and grains, rice, instant potatoes or pasta.  If you have two people in your household that qualify then you will get two boxes! 

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Effective: February 9, 2022. Based on 130% of the US Dept. of 2022 Health and Human Services Poverty Guidelines.  Use total gross income – before taxes and deductions – of ALL household members.  Every 60+ year-old household member is eligible to receive their own monthly food package.
Household Size Monthly Income
One $1,473
Two $1,984
Three $2,495
Four $3,007
Five $3,518
Six $4,029
Seven $4,541
Eight $5,052
Each additional household member Add $512

How to apply for CSFP?

Fill out pre-registration forms at designated host sites or call below to pre-register. Take proof of address and knowledge of your gross monthly income. After you are signed up you will be able to pick up your commodities once per month at designated sites, or you can send a proxy to pick up on your behalf. Several communities have distribution sites including: Boyceville, Hudson, Ellsworth, River Falls, Plum City, Osceola, Frederic, St. Croix Falls, Clear Lake, Woodville, Barron, Rice Lake, Durand, Ladysmith, Chippewa Falls, Eau Claire, and Menomonie.

To sign up for the CSFP program or to learn more, contact Randy Dean, CSFP Coordinator at 715-280-1167, or email rdean@wcap.org.

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