Learn about a temporary meal delivery service for older adults aged 60 and older who were part of GetFoodNYC and still need meal deliveries.
Learn about an online tool to help you apply for benefits from the Human Resources Administration.
Screen for eligibility for City, State, and Federal health and human service benefit programs.
Get food and other programs and services for families, consumers, workers, and businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Replace lost or stolen cards, get card balance, or change/reset PIN for SNAP, Cash Assistance, and Medicaid benefit cards.
Apply for free food for qualifying people age 60 and older.
Get healthy food through WIC for eligible pregnant women, mothers, and young children.
Find places where people in need can get free food.
Learn about the Get the Good Stuff program for SNAP (food stamps) recipients.
The City's emergency home food delivery program (GetFoodNYC) is no longer providing food deliveries.
Find a greenmarket or farmers market and learn about available coupons.
Find places where group breakfast and lunch is served for people age 60 and older.
Schedule, cancel, or report a problem with home delivery of meals for people age 60 and older.
Request an appeal for public assistance or child care assistance.
Learn about school meals and available programs.
Report a problem with public school meals.
Learn about, apply for, or report a problem with Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), also known as Food Stamps.
Learn about a program the rewards eligible families for completing health, education, and work- related activities.