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SNAP benefits can help you put food on the table. SNAP monthly benefits can be used to purchase food at authorized retail food stores.
SNAP benefits are provided through an Electronic Benefits Transfer (EBT) card, similar to a bank card or credit card. If you are eligible, an EBT account is set up for you, and every month your benefits will be deposited right into your account.
- Skip the line and apply for your benefits with Community Action
- Call to schedule an appointment 845-452-5104
- Find Program Guidelines below
HEAP may be able to help you if you heat your home with Electricity, Natural Gas, Oil, Coal, Propane, Wood/Wood Pellets, Kerosene, or Corn.
Emergency HEAP Benefit
The 2020-2021 Emergency benefit opened January 4, 2021.
Beginning April 15, 2021, a third Emergency Benefit is available for households who have exhausted the Regular, first Emergency and second Emergency HEAP benefits and who are in a heat or heat-related energy emergency, as defined by HEAP, and who met the eligibility guidelines for Emergency Benefit Assistance.
The Second Emergency Benefit was made available effective March 8, 2021.
Emergency HEAP benefits and eligibility are based on: income, available resources, and the type of emergency.