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CalFresh (formerly Food Stamps), also known as SNAP, is a federal nutrition program that helps people with low or no income purchase healthy food. Benefits are issued on an Electronic Benefits Transfer (EBT) card that can be used at most grocery stores and farmers' markets.
To receive CalFresh benefits, your household income and resources must meet certain limits. The amount of CalFresh benefits your household may be eligible for is determined by income and family size.
Applying for CalFresh is easy!
Learn more about what CalFresh can do for your family! You can also check out Quick Facts About CalFresh.
Click here for more information on the interview process.
Having difficulty with the paperwork? Community Health Advocates (CHAs) are available in all of our regional offices and can help with:
- CalFresh and Medi-Cal applications
- Referrals to community resources for help with utilities, housing, transportation, employment, etc.
Para assistencia en español llame 224-4879 o 335-6701. For assistance in Mien call 224-4877.
CalFresh Outreach Toolkit provides outreach materials for community partners interested in increasing CalFresh participation.