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Electronic Benefits Transfer (EBT)
Benefits access for Florida Residents.
SNAP Eligibility for the Homeless
A Q&A fact sheet for homeless individuals seeking SNAP benefits.
Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children (WIC)
A federal government assistance program that provides nutritious foods and commodities to supplement the diets of low-income pregnant, postpartum and breast-feeding women, newborns, children up to five years of age, as well as infants.
USDA Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program
The United State Department of Agriculture's Food and Nutrition Services website. Eligibility information, resources, and applications.
Free and Reduced Program School Lunches
Santa Rosa County Schools
Information and applications for Santa Rosa County School District free and reduced lunch program.
USDA Child Nutrition Programs
School Meals, programs, guidelines, and reports provided by the Department of Agriculture.
Local Assistance Organizations
Statewide network of food banks in association with Feeding America
Feeding the Gulf Coast
Feeding the Gulf Coast has over 400 agencies that are prepared to provide groceries to those in need. Most all of these agencies are run by volunteers, so hours of operation may be limited.
Manna Food Pantries
A food bank and pantry serving Escambia and Santa Rosa Counties
Waterfront Rescue Mission
Christian based homeless shelter and food bank
Nationally Associated Organizations
Food 4 Kids
Children's food and health organization
No Kid Hungry: Share Our Strength
Food pantry and donation services.
United Way of Northwest Florida
Local chapter of national charitable fundraising organization.
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