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The Reality for Central Oregonians

In 2021, it was projected that 13.6% or 35,075 people will experience food insecurity and only 43% qualify for federal assistance (SNAP, WIC, or other funds); this means that nearly 19,993 people who are food insecure are not receiving federal assistance.  On average, 44% of school-aged youth rely on free or reduced meals at schools to support their daily diet.  County-level data varies between each county (Feeding America)

  • Crook – 10.2% of residents experience food insecurity
  • Deschutes – 8.4% of residents experience food insecurity
  • Jefferson – 12% of residents experience food insecurity
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