Pennsylvanians can now apply for SNAP benefits by phone

The Department of Human Services recently announced this expansion to the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program

myCOMPASS PA mobile app receives update

Users can now check the balance of SNAP benefits on their EBT card directly on their mobile device

SNAP expanded to qualifying college students

This eligibility will remain in place until 30 days after the public health emergency ends

ALDI now an option for SNAP recipients using online grocery ordering pilot

ALDI joins Amazon, the Fresh Grocer, ShopRite and Walmart

Temporary changes to SNAP benefit issuance schedule

Recipients may receive their benefits earlier than anticipated and in one payment

Wolf Administration: Food assistance available to fill holiday meal gaps

Pennsylvanians can utilize food vouchers, SNAP and more

Human Services urges Sens. Casey, Toomey to continue SNAP waivers

SNAP enrollment is expected to grow as COVID-19 continues

SNAP recipients warned of potential scams

A text messaging scam is telling people they are selected to receive assistance through the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program

PA requests additional assistance for all SNAP recipients

Additional funds are only being given to SNAP recipients who do not currently receive the maximum monthly benefit for their household size

Human Services sends letter to PA Congressional Delegation regarding public assistance

The department urged the Delegation to extend emergency SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program)
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