The SNAP to Success program helps SNAP recipients pursue a pathway to economic
self-sufficiency through gainful employment.

Individuals receiving SNAP benefits can pursue meaningful career pathways with the help of
community-based organizations who offer career training and placement assistance.

By joining the Illinois SNAP to Success provider network, organizations can access matching funds (up to 50%)
and expand program reach and impact.

If you are 18 years or older and currently receiving SNAP benefits, you could be eligible to receive resources that will help you find your dream career—at no cost! Build confidence, earn professional credentials and certifications, and receive wraparound support such as transportation assistance and more!

Illinois’ SNAP to Success program helps you increase your training enrollment to serve SNAP recipients and access supportive services reimbursements (up to 100% covered!). To date, the SNAP provider network received $3.2 million in gross tuition reimbursements.₁ Join the SNAP to Success provider network today!

“The SNAP program has afforded us the opportunity to provide direct support services for SNAP participants. We are able to get reimbursement for their uniforms and work boots, ServSafe and Forklift Certifications, transporta- tion, interview attire, emer- gency utility bill payment assistance, furniture from the Chicago Furniture Bank, CompTia training, testing, and fees. This is a valuable asset for our participants as the majority are returning citizens and/or suffering from homelessness.”

– Megan Morrison, Growing Home, Inc.

“The SNAP E&T program grew our capacity to offer critical supportive services that allow young families to thrive such as transporta- tion, childcare, and housing costs. It further bolstered the educational and training components of the program to expedite one’s pathway to self-sufficiency and career growth. National Able Network’s administrative capacity ab- sorbs the burden of these costs on staff allowing us to focus on delivering high-quality programming to young families.”

– Gabrielle Caverl-McNeal, New Moms