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The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) provides monthly food benefits to help you buy healthy food.
This program helps people pay for groceries, learn about nutrition, and get job training and support. SNAP helps you stretch your food budget, but may not meet all your food needs.
Visit our food resources page if you need more help getting food.
This program is for individuals and families that:
If you are 18 to 49 with an able-bodied-adult without dependents (ABAWD) status, there may be time limits for how long you can get SNAP benefits.
Learn more about getting SNAP for:
Need help to see if you qualify?
You can apply online, by phone or in person at a local office. When you apply for SNAP, you can also apply for other benefits like cash assistance and Oregon Health Plan (Medicaid).
If your SNAP food benefits are stolen from your EBT card, or if you lose food purchased with SNAP during a storm, flooding, fire or power outage, we may be able to replace your benefits.
How to request replacement benefits
Double Up Food Bucks is a program that can help you stretch your SNAP dollars when you buy healthy foods.
You can get up to $20 in extra SNAP benefits to get more fresh fruits and veggies at participating farmers markets, grocery stores and through farm shares (CSAs).
Learn more at DoubleUpOregon.org.
Family Support and Connections is an optional program that provides parenting support for families with low-income.
Learn about Family Support and Connections
The Department of Early Learning and Care (DELC) offers several programs to help families lower their child care costs.
Learn about child care programs and see if you are eligible
The Income-Qualified Bill Discount program through PGE offers a monthly discount of up to 25% off your energy bill.
Visit the PGE website to find out if you qualify and apply
If you have SNAP, you are likely to qualify for free or discounted internet service through a federal program. There are also other ways to qualify. The program is called the Affordable Connectivity Program or ACP.
Learn about the program and how to sign up
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