Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program

Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)


SNAP (previously called Food Stamps) is an income-based program intended to supplement the food budget of eligible households.  SNAP benefits are provided through an Electronic Benefit Transfer (EBT) card. This card is used as a debit card at authorized grocery stores.  An EBT account is set up for eligible applicants and every month benefits are deposited to the account.  

File a SNAP Application (can also be completed using the computers located in our lobby)
More information about SNAP and the SNAP USDA Nondiscrimination Statement
Information on the OTDA website is accessible in many languages by clicking on translate. Puede encontrar más información sobre SNAP y la Declaración de No Discriminación del USDA de SNAP en línea en Se puede acceder a la información en el sitio web de OTDA en muchos idiomas haciendo clic en traducir.

Important: Participating in SNAP does not affect a person’s immigration status and/or ability to become a United States citizen or lawful permanent resident.  Applying for or receiving SNAP benefits does not make you a public charge and will not be considered in a public charge determination. 

Notice of Proposed Settlement of Class Action Concerning Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) Able-Bodied Adults Without Dependents Work Rules.