The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (formerly known as “food stamps”) provides food assistance for nearly 1.8 million low-income New Yorkers including families, the elderly and the disabled. The program helps families and individuals supplement the cost of their diet with nutritious foods.
Here is a list of documents you may need to determine your eligibility for SNAP (W-129G):
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Here are some SNAP Frequently Asked Questions.
For information about emergency food program locations and hours of operation please call the Emergency FoodLine at 866-888-8777. This is an automated hotline available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Visit Foodhelp.nyc for a map of locations.
Want to work with HRA to provide food assistance? Find information on becoming a food provider.
You may be able to get Expedited Processing if:
For more information call HRA’s Infoline at 718-557-1399.
Health Bucks is a seasonal program that allows SNAP recipients to earn $2 coupons for every $5 spent on their EBT cards at farmer’s markets. Learn more about the program, which is run jointly with the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene.