According to Food & Nutrition Service 2010 data, 40.7% of SNAP recipients are in working families. Building strong partnerships with state or county program administrators can help ensure that low-income working families get the wrap-around supports necessary to thrive. In 2012, The Montgomery County Community Action Agency (MCCAA) in Maryland partnered with Maryland Hunger Solutions to simultaneously screen families for EITC and Food Supplement Program benefits at two VITA sites. Through this partnership, over 500 low-income households learned about the programs and 60% of those who completed the online application received FSP benefits. Read more about linking EITC and public benefits access here!