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10.567: Food Distribution Program on Indian Reservations

Alternate Name: FDPIR
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Program Number
10.567
Status
Active
Last Modified
Sept. 12, 2022
Date Posted
Sept. 12, 2022
Objective
The Food Distribution Program on Indian Reservations (FDPIR) is a nutrition assistance program that may be operated at the request of a Tribe or Indian Tribal Organization (ITO) on an Indian reservation, approved areas near a reservation, or approved service areas in Oklahoma. Income-eligible households receive a supplemental monthly food package and nutrition education. Households may not participate in FDPIR and the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) simultaneously in the same month. In FY 2021, 103 ITOs and 3 State agencies (SAs) administered the program on approximately 276 Indian reservations, pueblos, rancherias, and Alaska Native Villages. Nutrition assistance was provided to an average of 74.8 thousand persons per month (FY 2020). All participating ITOs and SAs receive administrative funding for costs incurred in the operation of the program. A portion of these administrative funds can be used for nutrition education activities. Two new ITOs were approved to administer FDPIR at the end of FY 2021 making the total number of administering agencies going into FY 2022 at 105 ITOs and 3 SAs. Additionally, Food Distribution Program Nutrition Education (FDPNE) grants are awarded competitively to participating FDPIR ITOs/SAs for culturally relevant nutrition education activities that promote healthy choices through the use of USDA Foods and physical activity among FDPIR participants. See CFDA 10.594 FDPIR Nutrition Education Grants.
Type of Assistance
B - Project Grants
Applicant Eligibility
The administration of FDPIR is limited to ITOs or to SAs that assume administration on behalf of/at the request of a Tribe(s).
Beneficiary Eligibility
FDPIR eligibility is limited to income-eligible households residing on participating reservations or income-eligible Indian Tribal Households (see definition at 7 CFR 253.2) residing in approved areas near a reservation or in approved service areas in Oklahoma. ITOs/SAs are responsible for certifying households based on national eligibility criteria. The income standards vary by household size and are based on the applicable SNAP net monthly income eligibility standards for the appropriate area, increased by the amount of the applicable SNAP standard deduction for that area.
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