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What is The Emergency Food Assistance Program? Click Here
Announcement: There will be NO Quarterly Distributions for the following locations: East Tawas, Rogers City and Wolverine. Please go to the next location that is closest to you for this distribution.
This program distributes food once per quarter: February, May, August and November. See below for the distribution nearest to you.
Upcoming TEFAP Distributions: TBD
You must pick up in the county in which you live.
How Do I Apply?
Click HERE to e-mail or call (989) 358-4700.
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