Current Partners

Local Partner programming provides the core infrastructure for community-based SNAP-Ed program delivery and is essential to support statewide initiatives. Local programming efforts increase the capacity of SNAP-Ed in Michigan to meet the unique needs of Michigan SNAP recipients and their families.


FY22 Local Implementing Agencies

American Indian Health and Family Services
Battle Creek Family YMCA
Bay Mills Community College
Big Brothers Big Sisters Michigan Capital Region
Boys & Girls Club of the Muskegon Lakeshore
Brilliant Detroit
Bronson Health Foundation
Calhoun Intermediate School District
Child and Family Charities
Copper Country Mental Health
Crim Fitness Foundation
District Health Department #10
Detroit Public Schools Community District: Office of School Nutrition
Eastern Upper Peninsula Intermediate School District
Genesee Intermediate School District
Gleaners Community Food Bank of Southeastern Michigan
Gratiot-Isabella Regional Education Service District
Greater Flint Health Coalition
Health Department of Northwest Michigan

Henry Ford Health System
H.O.P.E Gardens
Kent Intermediate School District
Leaders Advancing and Helping Communities
Marquette Alger Regional Service Agency
Methodist Children’s Home Society
National Kidney Foundation of Michigan
Northwest Education Services (formerly TBAISD)
NorthWest Initiative
Oakland County Health Division
Project Healthy Community
Saginaw Intermediate School District
SEEDS Ecology and Education Centers
Traverse City Area Public Schools
Tuscola Intermediate School District
Van Buren Intermediate School District
Washtenaw Intermediate School District
Wayne State University
Western Upper Peninsula Health Department
YMCA of Greater Grand Rapids

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