SOCIAL SERVICES FACILITIES ARE CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.
If you receive CalFresh but do not get the maximum allotment for your household size, you will be getting supplementary CalFresh to bring you up to the maximum allotment for March and April. March supplements will be available on your EBT card on 4/12/20, and April supplements will be available on your EBT card on 5/10/20.
Renewals and Semi-Annual Reports have been automatically extended. All services will be available through C4Yourself.com or by phone. If you need a replacement BIC or EBT card, call your worker and you will be able to pick it up in the lobby at the Rood Center.
Federally Mandated Program
CalFresh (federally known as the Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program or SNAP) is a federally mandated program that provides monthly food benefits to assist low-income households in purchasing the food they need to maintain adequate nutritional levels.
In general, these benefits are for any food or food product intended for human consumption and can add to your food budget to put healthy and nutritious food on the table. If you are finding it difficult to afford the nutritious food that you and your family needs, the CalFresh Program may be able to help you.
The amount of benefits you can receive is dependent on your family size, countable income, and monthly expenses such as housing, utilities, and so forth.
All U.S citizens or Legal Permanent Residents may qualify to receive CalFresh benefits. Families, as well as individuals with no children, may qualify.
The program issues monthly benefits that can be used to buy most foods at many markets and food stores. These benefits are issued on an Electornic Benefit Transfer (EBT) card which looks like any other credit card.
Benefits may not be used for items such as alcoholic beverages, cigarettes, or paper products.