In response to the pandemic, the Illinois Department of Human Services issued emergency allotments to help people pay for food. But those will go away by Feb. 28, even though food prices remain high.
Reset talks with families who receive money from the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, or SNAP.
GUESTS: Patricia Fernandez, associate manager of public benefit outreach at the Greater Chicago Food Depository
Kellie O’Connell, CEO of Nourishing Hope
Alici McNeal, vice president of community day services, Ada S. McKinley
Christina, SNAP recipient
Larry Purnell, SNAP recipient, volunteer at Marillac St. Vincent pantry