What is CalFresh?

Formerly known as the Food Stamp Program, California’s CalFresh Program is a nutrition assistance program that helps income eligible people buy the food they need for good health. CalFresh benefits are awarded on a plastic EBT card that works like an ATM card. You can shop at local or major grocery stores or anywhere EBT cards are accepted. Many households receive more than $200 in CalFresh benefits per month.

Want to know if you qualify? We can help!

Please fill out the form below and submit to the food bank. Once the form is received, a CalFresh Outreach representative at the food bank will call to prescreen you for CalFresh eligibility. If eligible, you will also receive CalFresh application assistance.

Your Information Information:
  1. (valid email required)
Any household member receiving SSI? (Supplemental Security Income)
Any household member who is disabled or over 60?
Please indicate any earned or unearned income of household members. Include income from employment, unemployment benefits, child support, social security retirement benefits, disability, etc...:
  1. Person 1:
Person 2:
Person 3:
Person 4: