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Hunger in Connecticut and America
According to a U.S. Census Bureau Study, one in five children in Southeastern Connecticut is food insecure and that 19,000 people in our region are living below the poverty level.
A 2014 Hunger in America Study indicated:
- 41 percent of client households watered down food or drinks
- 35 percent of client households pawned or sold personal property
- 68 percent report making choices between paying for food and medicine
Read more about hunger in Southeastern Connecticut.
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