The Food and Nutrition Services (FNS) Program, previously referred to as Food Stamps, helps low-income households with monthly food expenses. The purpose of Food and Nutrition Services is to end hunger and improve nutrition and health. The program provides monthly benefits, meant to supplement the food budget of low-income families. The amount of benefits received depends on the number of eligible people in the household and the amount of monthly income determined after certain deductions are subtracted.
Announcements: Food and Nutrition Services
Extra FNS Benefits for COVID-19 -Will End in March 2023 – English Read Spanish – Read
NC DHHS Multilanguage Notice – DSS 8567 – Read
Frequently Asked Questions: End of FNS Emergency Allotments – Read
https://foodfinder.us/ (Interactive Map to locate Food Resources in your area.)
Click Here United Way Search tool to look for community resources; the link provided provides direct listings of Food related resources.)
https://www.lunchapplication.com/ (Free and Reduced Meal Benefits for Students.)