What is an EBT Card ?

Electronic Benefits Transfer (EBT) card is how DTA delivers its core benefits:

Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), Transitional Aid to Families with Dependent Children (TAFDC) and Emergency Aid to the Elderly, Disabled, and Children (EAEDC), Once you qualify for SNAP and/or TAFDC or EAEDC,  you can access the benefits by using your assigned EBT card. 

Protect Against EBT Card Skimming

If you have a bank account, you can have your TAFDC or EAEDC benefits directly deposited into your bank account. Call your case worker to set up direct deposit.

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Discounts and Benefits

Get Discounts at Museums, Blue Bikes, Internet Service & Amazon Membership

The EBT Card to Culture program provides discounted admissions to various museums and other educational and cultural institutions, lifeline one and low income utilities. 

As an EBT cardholder, you can get reduced or free admission by showing your card at any of the participating organizations. 

EBT Brochures

Visit the page below to access our multilingual EBT brochures. These outreach materials can be used to help explain what an EBT card is and how to use it.

Call Customer service (EBT Customer Service)

Reach Customer Service 24/7(800) 997-2555, Call EBT Customer Service 24 hours

a day, 7 days a week at (800) 997-2555 if: 

Your card is lost, stolen or damaged

You want to change your PIN

You want to find out how much you have left in your account

You have been charged for something you didn't buy 

You have other questions or problems

This is a free call.

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