SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program)

SNAP LogoIf you need help buying healthy food for your family, you may be eligible for SNAP, the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, formerly called Food Stamps. SNAP allows you to buy healthy food for your family from grocery stores, corner stores and even some farmers' markets.

Anyone can apply for SNAP. The amount of money you receive depends on your income. There is an eligibility worker at CIFC who can help you see if you're eligible.

Do I qualify for SNAP?

You may qualify for SNAP, even if you have a job, home and/or car.
Click here to view household income limits.

If you think you might qualify, or know someone who might qualify, we can help!


Sara Arroyo, our SNAP Specialist giving a presentation to Seniors at New Hope Church.
Sara Arroyo, our SNAP Specialist giving a presentation to Seniors at New Hope Church.


To find a store or farmers market near you that accepts EBT, click on the links below:

BananasHow to Apply

Everyone receiving application assistance should bring proof of all sources of income (including the previous four pay stubs), proof of address, a working telephone number, proof of shelter expenses and the social security numbers for all members of the household. Households with someone age 60+ and/or disabled should also bring proof of out of pocket medical expenses.

Call for an Appointment:

Sara Arroyo – SNAP Outreach Specialist
Tel: (203) 743-0100 ext. 254

Address:
80 Main Street
Danbury, CT 06810

Hours: Monday - Friday: 7:30am to 3:30pm
By appointment only.