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SNAP Helps Families Buy Food

SNAP provides monthly benefits to use at grocery stores and farmers markets. Together with school meals, SNAP helps kids get the nutrition they need. To see if you may be eligible for SNAP, visit
Answer just a few questions. In less than 5 minutes, you will learn if you may be eligible and how to apply. We can even help you complete and submit your application. It is free and confidential.

P-EBT COVID-19 Benefits

New York State is providing Pandemic EBT (P-EBT) food benefits to all households with children who are eligible to receive free school lunch under the National School Lunch Act and whose school was closed or operating with reduced in-school attendance due to COVID-19 during the 2020-2021 academic year.

Issuance of the food benefit will commence in June and continue for several months, due to the large number of eligible children and schools participating in the National School Lunch Program across the state. If your child(ren) is eligible and has not received P-EBT benefit by October 2021, you may fill out the P-EBT Information Form.

Lost Benefit Card?

If you have misplaced a P-EBT Food Benefit card issued to your child[ren], you may order a replacement card by calling 1-888-328-6399 If your child[ren] received P-EBT benefits on a Medicaid card and you need to order a replacement NYS Medicaid card or select a PIN, go to Accessing P-EBT Food Benefits on NYS website for more information.

Once you have set up a PIN to access your P-EBT food benefits, you can check your family’s P-EBT food benefits balance by visiting or by calling 1-888-328-6399.

Students Eat Free

Brentwood UFSD is now participating in the Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) program.

All students now get FREE breakfast and lunch every day. Families may also be eligible for additional benefit or services.

Click here to find out more

2022 April SNAP Programs
First page of the PDF file:  2022 April SNAP Programs

For additional information, please visit NYSOTDA P-EBT Benefits Information Page

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