Get answers to frequently asked questions about P-EBT — aid for PA families eligible for free or reduced-price school meals. (Info as of Oct. 7.)
What can people waiting for unemployment benefits, or who aren’t eligible for them, do to pay their bills? There are options.
If you receive SNAP benefits, you may get an extra monthly payment on your EBT card to help you buy food during the COVID-19 crisis. (Update Aug. 25.)
We suspended in-person free tax filing assistance due to coronavirus safety measures, but we’re working hard to get you the info and help you need. (Post updated since publication.)
The ability to shop online for groceries with food stamps is more than just a convenience. During this pandemic, it’s possibly a matter of life and death.
Information on public assistance programs, emergency relief measures, and other resources to help you through the economic impact of COVID-19.
Pennsylvania has closed all county assistance offices to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus. We’re here to help.
We know: it’s a triple whammy. When you’re on food stamps you’re not just hurting for money, you’re hurting for time and fresh food access too.
Uninsured? If you missed the March 31 deadline to get health insurance coverage under the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare), certain changes in your life since then could allow you to still sign up.