Colorado Food Stamps

How does Colorado rank for percentage of homes receiving food stamps?

Colorado ranks 16th out of 50 states for lowest percentage of households receiving food stamps at 1.4%. The study is based on a total of 2,082,531 Coloradan households who reported whether or not food stamps were received.

How many Colorado households received food stamps in the past year?

29,423 households in Colorado received food stamps within the last year.

Colorado Food Stamps Received Map

Colorado County Food Stamps Comparison

Colorado Food Stamps Received Map

Food Stamps Received By County

The percentage of households receiving food stamps in Colorado varies by county.

Applying For Colorado Food Stamp Programs

How do I apply for food stamps in Colorado?

There are 5 government food-related benefits that you may apply for as a resident of Colorado.

Want to explore more government assistance programs? Browse all government benefits available to Colorado residents.

Colorado Food Assistance Program
Colorado Summer Food Service
Colorado Special Milk Program
Colorado School Breakfast and Lunch Program
Colorado Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC)

Colorado Percentage of Households Receiving Food Stamps by City Statistics

How does the percentage of homes receiving food stamps compare across the largest cities in Colorado?

City Food Stamps Details

Arvada

2.2%

Arvada ranks 180th of 214 among cities in Colorado based on a sample of 45,967 Coloradan households in Arvada.

Aurora

1.5%

Aurora ranks 139th of 214 among cities in Colorado based on a sample of 127,134 Coloradan households in Aurora.

Centennial

1.2%

Centennial ranks 114th of 214 among cities in Colorado based on a sample of 39,505 Coloradan households in Centennial.

Colorado Springs

1.4%

Colorado Springs ranks 135th of 214 among cities in Colorado based on a sample of 176,026 Coloradan households in Colorado Springs.

Denver

1.6%

Denver ranks 145th of 214 among cities in Colorado based on a sample of 287,262 Coloradan households in Denver.

Fort Collins

1.3%

Fort Collins ranks 124th of 214 among cities in Colorado based on a sample of 61,532 Coloradan households in Fort Collins.

Lakewood

1.6%

Lakewood ranks 147th of 214 among cities in Colorado based on a sample of 64,734 Coloradan households in Lakewood.

Pueblo

1.7%

Pueblo ranks 154th of 214 among cities in Colorado based on a sample of 43,464 Coloradan households in Pueblo.

Thornton

0.7%

Thornton ranks 74th of 214 among cities in Colorado based on a sample of 44,226 Coloradan households in Thornton.

Westminster

0.9%

Westminster ranks 92nd of 214 among cities in Colorado based on a sample of 43,105 Coloradan households in Westminster.

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Colorado Poverty Rate Statistics

Poverty Rate

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Colorado Poverty Statistics

Which areas have the highest rate of poverty in Colorado? We breakdown the poverty rate by city and county across Colorado and rank communities with the highest and lowest concentrations of residents living below the poverty line.

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Colorado Social Security

Colorado Social Security Statistics

Colorado Social Security

Social Security Payments in Colorado

How are the Social Security Payments distributed throughout Colorado? We breakdown social security benefits by city and county statewide and rank communities with the most and least social security income per capita.

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Food Stamps

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Food Stamps in America

Which areas receive the most food stamp public assistance in your state? We breakdown over 3,000 counties nationwide and rank communities with the most and least food and nutrional supplements given to residents.

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Benefits in Colorado

2018 Colorado Poverty Line

Household Size Poverty Level
1 $12,140
2 $16,460
3 $20,780
4 $25,100
5 $29,420
6 $33,740
Per Additional +$4,320

The poverty line for Colorado in 2018 is based on the federal guidelines, which begins at $12,140 for a single person, adding $4,320 for each additional person.

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