Extra COVID SNAP Benefits Ended March 2nd – Find Resources and Learn More

Emergency federal SNAP benefits ended on March 2nd.
Recent action by the federal government ended the extra COVID SNAP benefits,
known as SNAP Emergency Allotments, as of February 2023.
The last COVID SNAP payments were received on March 2, 2023.
Find resources and learn how to maximize your SNAP benefits at:

Additional Resources:

Nutrition Programs:

If you have children under age 5/are pregnant or breastfeeding, you may be eligible
for the WIC nutrition program: Mass.gov/WIC or call 800 942 1007

All K 12 students can get free school meals this school year

For cash help:

Get help with 2022 taxes and any COVID stimulus or Child Tax Credit money you are
owed:  FindYourFunds.org

If you have children/are pregnant and have no income or low income, you may be able
to get TAFDC. If you are 65 or older or disabled with no or very low income, you may
be able to get EAEDC. Learn more and apply: DTAConnect.com

For housing and utilities help:

Rent or mortgage help: Mass.gov/ covidhousinghelp or call 2 1 1

Fuel Assistance help paying for heat: https://www.toapply.org/MassLIHEAP or call
800 632 8175

Money to help pay for the internet or a computer: GetInternet.gov ,