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SNAP CONNECTION

FREE SCREENINGS, ENROLLMENTS, AND RENEWALS

Wholesome Wave Georgia’s SNAP Connection program provides free assistance for SNAP (food stamps) and other benefits including:

  • Medicaid
  • Childcare and Parent Services (CAPS)
  • Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF)
  • Women, Infants & Children (WIC)

HOW TO CONTACT US

Call 678-631-7101 to speak with a team member for assistance.

Email a team member for assistance.

Check our Events page for upcoming events near you.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is SNAP?

Who is eligible for SNAP?

What information may I be asked to submit for my SNAP application?

You may be asked to submit certain documents to verify your information. This could include but is not limited to the following:

  • Proof of your identity (driver’s license or state identification)

  • Proof of your citizenship (birth certificate, U.S. passport, hospital record, immigration papers for non-US citizens)

  • Social security numbers for persons applying for benefits

  • Proof of income (check stubs, unemployment benefits, child support, award letters for social security or Veterans Administration, etc.)

  • Proof of expenses (last month’s rent or mortgage receipt, utility bills, medical bills for persons age 60 or older and/or disabled, etc.)

Please note: Additional information and proof may be required depending on your situation.

What can I purchase with SNAP benefits?

OTHER FOOD ASSISTANCE RESOURCES

Georgia Gateway

If you don't currently receive any federal nutrition assistance benefits, and you would like to apply, click the “Apply for Benefits” button on the right hand side of the page.

Click here.

United Way 211

Call 2-1-1 (like dialing 911, you will be routed to your regional United Way) and follow the prompts to request emergency food assistance. Or visit the website and enter your zip code to find a food pantry near you.

Click here.

SNAP CONNECTION IS MADE POSSIBLE BY THE GENEROSITY OF KAISER PERMANENTE.

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