The SNAP Program, formerly known as Food Stamps, helps individuals and families buy food. If you are working but are still struggling financially to buy food and provide nutritious meals, you may be eligible for SNAP. You do not need to be participating in other DHS programs to receive SNAP benefits. You can be unemployed or working, preparing for work, receiving a pension, or homeless.
- Apply Now
- How to Apply
- Documents You May Need to Apply
- After you apply, what happens next?
- What foods can I buy?
- SNAP Food Access Project
- Rules and Regulations
- Your Rights and Responsibilities
- Verification Checklist
- Other Forms
- SNAP - Other Forms Page
- Other Resources
- Rhode Island Community Food Bank
- Rhode Island Community Action
- URI SNAP Nutrition Education
- URI SNAP Outreach Project
To receive emergency food while your SNAP application is being processed, please download the list of agencies in your area from the RI Food Bank - Find Food Section.