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These programs are tasked with identifying and screening these members to ensure the right people access these help services. Through these programs the poor people in the community can have access to healthy meals as well as basic needs in the same way as the self-sufficient members (Sherman, Parrott &Trisi, 2013) This promotes peaceful coexistence between the financially vulnerable and the self-sufficient members of the community. These sense of equality lowers the rate of crime and promotes a strong sense of belonging. Qn.1 Can SNAP or TANF programs be categorized as either early Intervention or strength- based external assets? These programs can be categorized as strength-based external assets community partnerships because their main focused on vulnerable members by enabling them access resources that are already existing within the community such as heathy food diets, housing and basic needs. Qn.2 What entities does SNAP and TANF programs share community partnerships with? These programs work with state agencies, faith-based organizations as well as lifestyle educators that offer guidance to the vulnerable to the vulnerable members of the community on how to enroll to the programs (Miller, 2017). The members of the community that are in need of help including the needy families or persons and the minority children should be considered eligible to receive cash aid from the SNAP and TANF agency to cater for their nutritional needs through healthy diet and also to afford the basic needs available within the community.
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COMMUNITY AGENCY REPORT 6 References Miller, D. (2017, June 20). Riverside County Department of Public Social Services. Retrieved from Sherman, A., Parrott, S., & Trisi, D. (2013, July 30). Various Supports for Low-Income Families Reduce Poverty and Have Long-Term Positive Effects on Families and Children. Retrieved from - reduce-poverty-and-have-long-term-positive-effects
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  • Nutrition, Riverside County, California, community agency report

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