Last week in the Great Hall of the Massachusetts State House more than 100 Department of Transitional Assistance (DTA) clients were honored by Commissioner Jeff McCue for taking a positive step on their own personal path to self-sufficiency. These individuals have all been served by …Continue Reading DTA Clients Overcome Life’s Challenges and Share Stories of Perseverance
Did you know anyone in Massachusetts with an EBT card can get reduced or free admission into more than 10 museums across the Commonwealth? The MA Department of Transitional Assistance (DTA) partners with educational and cultural institutions statewide granting access to some of the state’s …Continue Reading DTA Cultural Partnership Goes Beyond Providing Benefits by Providing Experiences
This month, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) announced that the Massachusetts Department of Transitional Assistance was selected to participate in the “SNAP to Skills” project to enhance education and training opportunities for Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) recipients. As a recipient of SNAP individuals …Continue Reading Four Things about “SNAP to Skills” in MA
The highly-anticipated Boston Public Market is officially open, providing residents and patrons access to nutritious food at a first of its kind market in the United States. Similar to the iconic year-round Pike’s Place Market in Seattle, the Boston Public Market offers yet another destination …Continue Reading Boston Public Market Opening Ceremony
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