Commodity Supplemental Food Program (CSFP)

Senior Community Food Program (CSFP)

What is CSFP?

The CSFP program is the primary, shelf-stable, NUTRITIONAL government support program in the country that helps those age 60 and over, who meet federal guidelines for low-income.  CSFP is intended to improve the health of seniors by providing nutritionally balanced food  to an at-risk population that often do not consume a balanced diet.

TO SEE THE FULL 2018 CSFP MANUAL SEE RESOURCES BELOW OR CLICK HERE.

How to Qualify

  • Must be 60 years or older.

 

  • Must provide documentation of identity that includes the date of birth and photo. Examples: State issued ID, Passport, and Driver’s License.

 

  • Must meet income guidelines. Income is self-declaration.

Resources

Training

CSFP Program Distribution sites are required to complete Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) training and Link 2 Feed training.  Classes are free and are scheduled throughout most of Arizona.  Please click the links below to sign up for a class near you.