If you live in California and have been impacted by the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, you may qualify for Covid-19 benefits.
The CARES ACT and other stimulus bills passed by Congress and signed by the President provides assistance to numerous assistance to individuals and families hit by the COVI-19 pandemic.
This ranges from food assistance, stimulus checks, rental assistance, a replacement for free or reduced school lunches that are missed, and unemployment assistance to mention a few.
If you are facing food insecurity and need immediate assistance, there is help.
See if you qualify for California COVID-19 benefits, including Pandemic EBT (P-EBT) and Pandemic SNAP.
P-EBT provides benefits to children that would have received free or reduced-price school meals, if not for COVID-related school closures.
3.8 million California kids are eligible.
Also, California P-EBT benefits have been extended for the 2020-2021 school year. See how the process works.
Pandemic Food Stamp/Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program (P-SNAP) will allow all households currently eligible for SNAP to receive the maximum amount for their household size during the COVID pandemic.
The state of California issues the extra allotment on a monthly basis.
See if you qualify for P-SNAP through the monthly Emergency Allotment (EA) for California Food Stamps.
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