The food voucher program was developed to assist clients in times of need. This is not to supplement the client's income nor is it an entitlement for any client. Vouchers should not be part of a consumer's regular food budget. Therefore as with all Direct Emergency Financial Assistance Programs, it is imperative that the client and the Case Manager work together to develop a budget plan to prevent dependency.

Please note: Any client of a non-profit organization that provides services to people with HIV/AIDS can apply for food vouchers.