See if you may qualify to receive medical benefits, help buying food, and/or cash assistance.
Connecticut Women, Infant, and Children (WIC) program guidelines, approved foods, retailers and more.
FMNP serves participants of WIC and seniors over the age of 60 who meet income eligibility guidelines by providing checks to purchase fresh fruits, vegetables, cut herbs and honey at authorized locations throughout Connecticut.
To receive Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits in Connecticut, household income and other resources have to be under certain limits and are reviewed.
Families can find more than 400 locations across Connecticut where kids and teens 18 years of age and younger can eat free, healthy meals all summer long.
Find a Connecticut farm stand or farmers' market that accepts SNAP, WIC, and FMNP.
Connecticut Food Bank mobile pantry distribution sites provide nutritious food to those in need in Litchfield, Fairfield, New Haven, Middlesex, New London, and Windham counties.
Mobile Foodshare is a pantry-on-wheels that brings fresh produce and other food to our neighbors in need at community sites throughout Hartford and Tolland counties.