SNAP is the nation's largest program for fighting domestic hunger. Federally funded and state administered, SNAP helps low-income individuals and families by providing monthly benefits to buy food.
- Apply Now
- How to Apply
- Program Information
- 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 Action
- Rhode Island Community Food Bank
- RIDE Child Nutrition Programs
- SNAP E & T Employment and Training
- URI SNAP Nutrition Education
- URI SNAP Outreach Project
- USDA Nondiscrimination Statement
Eligibility and benefit amounts are based on income, expenses, resources, and the number of individuals in a household.
Nutrition assistance is provided to low-income individuals and families in the form of an EBT card which may be used to buy food at grocery stores, supermarkets, convenience stores, and farmers markets.