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SNAP Formerly Food Stamps Comparison June 2010 to June 2011. For Oklahoma City MSA, Tulsa MSA, and t he Balance of the State. Prepared by the Community Service Council for the Metropolitan Human Services Commission in Tulsa September 2011. How many people use SNAP food assistance?.

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Snap formerly food stamps comparison june 2010 to june 2011

SNAPFormerly Food StampsComparisonJune 2010 to June 2011

For Oklahoma City MSA,Tulsa MSA,

and

the Balance of the State

Prepared by the Community Service Council for

the Metropolitan Human Services Commission in Tulsa

September 2011


How many people use snap food assistance
How many people use SNAP food assistance?

answer: 612,000

  • 16% or 287,340 Oklahomans outside the two major Metropolitan Statistical Areas received SNAP benefit in June of 2011

  • The percent of population ranged from a low of 6% in Dewey County in northwestern Oklahoma to over 30% in Adair County in northeastern Oklahoma

  • The two major metropolitan areas make up over 50% of the total SNAP recipients

  • 14.6% or 87,850 of Tulsa County’s population received SNAP in June and in the seven county MSA was a little higher at 14.7% or 138,120 people

  • The Oklahoma City area had an opposite situation, where 17.5% or 126,120 people in Oklahoma County and 14.9% or 186,820 people in the MSA population

  • OKDHS estimates that 30% or 275,000 children in Oklahoma receive food assistance through SNAP

File: SNAP June 2010 2011 Tul OKC MSAs


How has snap use changed
How has SNAP use changed ?

  • The Tulsa MSA went from 13.9% of the population receiving SNAP to 14.7% in one year (June 2010 to June 2011) an increase of 7,700 people

  • The Oklahoma City MSA went from 14.5% of the population receiving SNAP to 14.9% during the same time period, gaining 5,280

  • The balance of the state went from 17.7% in June of 2010 to 18.4% of the population in 2011, an increase of 10,980

  • The rate per 100,000 population increased in one year:

    • Tulsa MSA +6%

    • OKC MSA +3%

    • Balance of the state +4%

  • Over the last five years the increases were:

    • Tulsa MSA +54%

    • OKC MSA +48%

    • Balance of the state +41%


Range 1 49 meal person tulsa oklahoma counties to 1 16 meal person grant county

Average

Dollar Amount

Per Meal

Provided with SNAP

Range$1.49 meal/person Tulsa & Oklahoma Countiesto$1.16 meal/person Grant County

Source: Oklahoma Department Human Services, Monthly Statistical Bulletin, June, 2010 & 2011

Prepared by the Community Service Council for the Metropolitan Human Services Commission in Tulsa, September 2011


Percent of population receiving benefit of snap 2011
Percent of population receiving benefit of SNAP, 2011

  • Oklahoma Total 15.7%

    Range:

  • Adair County 30.4%

  • Dewey County 5.9%

  • Tulsa County 14.6%

  • Oklahoma County 17.5%

Source: Oklahoma Department Human Services, Monthly Statistical Bulletin, June, 2010 and 2011; and

2010 U.S. Bureau of the Census

Prepared by the Community Service Council for the Metropolitan Human Services Commission in Tulsa, September 2011


Snap formerly food stamps comparison june 2010 to june 2011

SNAP - Recipients

Percent of Population

and

Rate Per 100,000

Oklahoma City and Tulsa Metropolitan Statistical Areas (MSAs), and Balance of the StateOne Year Number and Percent ChangeJune 2010 compared to June 2011

File: SNAP June 2010 2011 Tul OKC MSAs


Oklahoma percent of population receiving benefit of snap 2010 compared to 2011
Oklahoma Percent of Population Receiving Benefit of SNAP2010 compared to 2011

Tulsa MSA

Source: Oklahoma Department Human Services, Monthly Statistical Bulletin, June, 2010 and 2011; and

2010 U.S. Bureau of the Census

Prepared by the Community Service Council for the Metropolitan Human Services Commission in Tulsa, September 2011


Snap recipients rate per 100 000 people 2010 compared to 2011
SNAP Recipients Rate Per 100,000 People 2010 compared to 2011

Source: Oklahoma Department Human Services, Monthly Statistical Bulletin, June, 2010 and 2011; and

2010 U.S. Bureau of the Census

Prepared by the Community Service Council for the Metropolitan Human Services Commission in Tulsa, September 2011


Snap one year percent change rate per 100 000 people 2010 compared to 2011
SNAP One Year Percent ChangeRate per 100,000 People 2010 compared to 2011

Source: Oklahoma Department Human Services, Monthly Statistical Bulletin, June, 2010 and 2011; and

2010 U.S. Bureau of the Census

Prepared by the Community Service Council for the Metropolitan Human Services Commission in Tulsa, September 2011


Snap formerly food stamps comparison june 2010 to june 2011

SNAP

Cases

Oklahoma City and Tulsa Metropolitan Statistical Areas (MSAs), and Balance of the StateOne Year Number and Percent ChangeJune 2010 compared to June 2011

File: SNAP June 2010 2011 Tul OKC MSAs


Snap food stamp cases one year number change june 2010 to june 2011
SNAP Food Stamp CasesOne Year Number ChangeJune 2010 to June 2011

Source: Oklahoma Department Human Services, Monthly Statistical Bulletin, June, 2010 and 2011

Prepared by the Community Service Council for the Metropolitan Human Services Commission in Tulsa, September 2011


Snap food stamp cases one year number change june 2010 to june 20111
SNAPFood Stamp CasesOne Year Number Change June 2010 to June 2011

+8,282

+4,330

Source: Oklahoma Department Human Services, Monthly Statistical Bulletin, June, 2010 and 2011

Prepared by the Community Service Council for the Metropolitan Human Services Commission in Tulsa, September 2011


Snap food stamp cases one year percent change june 2010 to june 2011
SNAPFood Stamp CasesOne Year Percent Change June 2010 to June 2011

+7.1 %

+5.3 %

Source: Oklahoma Department Human Services, Monthly Statistical Bulletin, June, 2010 and 2011

Prepared by the Community Service Council for the Metropolitan Human Services Commission in Tulsa, September 2011


Snap formerly food stamps comparison june 2010 to june 2011

SNAP

Recipients

Oklahoma City and Tulsa Metropolitan Statistical Areas (MSAs), and Balance of the StateOne Year Number and Percent ChangeJune 2010 compared to June 2011

File: SNAP June 2010 2011 Tul OKC MSAs


Snap food stamp recipients one year number change june 2010 to june 2011
SNAPFood Stamp RecipientsOne Year Number Change June 2010 to June 2011

Source: Oklahoma Department Human Services, Monthly Statistical Bulletin, June, 2010 and 2011

Prepared by the Community Service Council for the Metropolitan Human Services Commission in Tulsa, September 2011


Snap food stamp recipients one year number change june 2010 to june 20111
SNAPFood Stamp RecipientsOne Year Number Change June 2010 to June 2011

+10,979

Source: Oklahoma Department Human Services, Monthly Statistical Bulletin, June, 2010 and 2011

Prepared by the Community Service Council for the Metropolitan Human Services Commission in Tulsa, September 2011


Snap food stamp recipients one year percent change june 2010 to june 2011
SNAPFood Stamp Recipients One Year Percent Change June 2010 to June 2011

+4.0%

Source: Oklahoma Department Human Services, Monthly Statistical Bulletin, June, 2010 and 2011

Prepared by the Community Service Council for the Metropolitan Human Services Commission in Tulsa, September 2011


Snap formerly food stamps comparison june 2010 to june 2011

SNAP

Recipients

Oklahoma City and Tulsa Metropolitan Statistical Areas (MSAs), and Balance of the StateFive Year Percent Change2006 compared to 2011

File: SNAP June 2010 2011 Tul OKC MSAs


Snap food stamp recipients five ye ar percent change june 2006 to june 2011
SNAPFood Stamp Recipients Five YearPercent Change June 2006 to June 2011

Source: Oklahoma Department Human Services, Monthly Statistical Bulletin, June, 2010 and 2011

Prepared by the Community Service Council for the Metropolitan Human Services Commission in Tulsa, September 2011


Snap formerly food stamps comparison june 2010 to june 2011

MSA: Metropolitan Statistical Area

  • Balance of the State: 63 counties outside of the 14 counties ion the Oklahoma City and Tulsa MSAs

  • SNAP: Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, a program provided by the U.S. Government

Definitions

Source: Oklahoma Department Human Services, Monthly Statistical Bulletin, June, 2010 & 2011

Prepared by the Community Service Council for the Metropolitan Human Services Commission in Tulsa, September 2011


Metropolitan statistical areas counties
Metropolitan Statistical Areas/ Counties

Oklahoma City MSA

Canadian

Cleveland

Grady

Lincoln

Logan

McClain

Oklahoma

Tulsa MSA

Creek

Okmulgee

Osage

Pawnee

Rogers

Tulsa

Wagoner

  • There are two other MSAs in Oklahoma:

  • Fort Smith MSA (Counties)

  • Le Flore

  • Sequoyah

  • Lawton MSA (Counties)

  • Comanche

File: SNAP June 2010 2011 Tul OKC MSAs


Snap formerly food stamps comparison june 2010 to june 2011

The Metropolitan Human Services Commission in Tulsa, partnership includes:

Mission

To serve as a leadership catalyst for coordination of funding, planning and policy decisions affecting human capital development in Tulsa County, and provide guidance to its partners to best enhance that development.

Scope of Concern

Advancing the community’s investment in human capital includes the scope of efforts addressing the education, safety, health, housing, family support, emergency financial, transportation and employment preparation needs of families and individuals. These efforts increasingly seek to prevent needs through promoting greater self-sufficiency among Tulsa’s people while still intervening to respond to crises and other immediate concerns.

City of Tulsa

Oklahoma Department of Human Services

Tulsa Area United Way

Tulsa Community College

Tulsa County

Tulsa Health Department

Tulsa Public Schools

Tulsa Technology Center

Union Public Schools

Tulsa Metro Chamber Ad Hoc member

File: SNAP June 2010 2011 Tul OKC MSAs


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Image/Photo Credits

File: SNAP June 2010 2011 Tul OKC MSAs

Prepared by the Community Service Council for the Metropolitan Human Services Commission in Tulsa, September 2011