The Emergency Food Assistance Program (TEFAP)
200% Federal Poverty Guidelines
Income Eligibility Guidelines (August 1, 2020 – June 30, 2021)
Please use the following figures when determining if recipients are eligible to receive USDA commodity foods under TEFAP
# OF HOUSEHOLD MEMBERS ANNUAL MONTHLY WEEKLY
1 $25,520 $2,126 $490
2 $34,480 $2,873 $663
3 $43,440 $3,620 $835
4 $52,400 $4,366 $1,007
5 $61,360 $5,113 $1,180
6 $70,320 $5,860 $1,352
7 $79,280 $6,606 $1,524
8 $88,240 $7,353 $1,696
For each additional family member, add: + $8,960 + $746 +$172
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Last updated: October 2021
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Bristow Social Services has already expanded services to include serving seniors because seniors are a large and growing population base in Bristow.
BSS accepts the client's with a referral from DHS, proof of income, proof of residence, a valid photo ID for each adult in the household and shot records or birth certificate for children. Clients may complete their shopping Food orders are filled according to available foods, as well as the size of the household. Once every other 60 Days for individuals under 55, individuals 55 years of age and older are served monthly.
First Church of God - Bristow, Oklahoma
320 S Walnut St,
Bristow, OK 74010
Bristow Adventist Church
401 E 6th Ave,
Bristow, OK 74010
Clients must have a photo ID, proof of residence, proof of income, a copy of the most recent Utility Bill and Cut-Off Notice. Clients can receive assistance once every six months; when funds are available, partial payment of an electric, gas, propane or water bill may be made.
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Medication subsidies are available for life threatening illnesses with a written prescription from a physician. Clients must have a valid photo ID, proof of residence, proof of income, a copy of the prescription. Bristow Social Services does not assist with Painkillers, Antidepressants, and/or Psychotropic Drugs. Clients can receive assistance once quarterly or every 4 months.
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