SNAP outreach partners

If you are having trouble applying for or keeping your Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits, the Department of Transitional Assistance’s SNAP outreach unit can help.

The Department of Transitional Assistance (DTA) has a SNAP outreach unit that can help you if you are having trouble applying for or keeping your Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits. Our SNAP outreach unit can work with you, your local Transitional Assistance office, and community organizations to help you get and keep SNAP benefits.

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What is SNAP outreach?

SNAP outreach is a joint effort between the Department of Transitional Assistance (DTA) and local agencies and community organizations. DTA has over 100 SNAP outreach partners. See the list of SNAP outreach partners below:

Outreach partners can help you:

  • Complete your SNAP application, interim report and recertification
  • Understand the application process
  • Gather and submit required verifications
  • Remain eligible for SNAP by helping with the recertification process

How do I find help?

You can find help by contacting a local SNAP outreach partner. See the full list of SNAP outreach partners below.

SNAP Outreach Partners

Note: Due to COVID-19, some partners may not be in operation. We recommend you call ahead.

SNAP outreach partners as of April 2022.

Contact

Phone

Get case information and make certain updates to your case 24/7 via the automated prompts. Talk to a case manager between 8:15am-4:45pm, M-F.

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