Income Scale for CSFP Eligibility

New Jersey residents aged 60 and older may be eligible for the Commodity Supplemental Food Program (CSFP) based on their household income, using guidelines established by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

CSFP Income Guidelines for 2019

2019 United States Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) Poverty Guidelines (130% Poverty Guidelines for the Elderly in the New Jersey CSFP)

2019 CSFP INCOME GUIDELINES

(130% of the Federal Poverty Guidelines for the Elderly)

48 Contiguous States and District of Columbia

Size of Family Unit Annual Monthly Weekly
1 $16,237 $1,354 $313
2 $21,983 $1,832 $423
3 $27,729 $2,311 $534
4 $33,475 $2,790 $644
5 $39,221 $3,269 $755
6 $44,967 $3,748 $865
7 $50,713 $4,227 $976
8 $56,459 $4,705 $1,086
For each additional person, add: $5,746 $479 $111

 

Last Reviewed: 2/7/2019