The Wisconsin Department of Health Service's Commodity Supplemental Food Program (CSFP) offers free, nutritious foods to low-income seniors aged 60 years and older. The monthly food package, worth about $35, is available at no cost to eligible individuals. The foods are intended to supplement their diets with nutritious foods. Participants must live in Racine/Kenosha counties, be 60 years or older, and be income eligible.
For more information call 262-637-8377 for Racine or 262-657-0840 for Kenosha.
Persons eligible for CSFP are aged 60 and older and whose monthly income is at or below 130 percent of the federal poverty guidelines.
CSFP participants must reside in one of the states or on one of the Indian reservations that participate in CSFP. States establish income limits for the elderly that are at or below 130 percent of the Federal Poverty Income Guidelines.