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LOW-COST INTERNET & COMPUTER RESOURCES: visit the Student Support Resource Library for more information.

We can help you apply for or renew your SNAP and other public benefits (Medicaid, TAPS, TANF, and WIC).

Haven’t Received your EBT Card. Trouble contacting DFCS —

Opt-in for updates from DFCS about your case — just text opt in to 877 423-4746.

 

Supporting Onsite Learning for Virtual Education Program Scholarships Available (SOLVE)

SOLVE provides scholarships for families with students (aged 5-12) enrolled in a Georgia public school system offering only a virtual learning model. The scholarship pays for care, supervision, and support during the school day while students are engaged in virtual learning.

SOLVE Basics:

  • Scholarships are awarded to families who meet income and approved activity requirements and have a child(ren) aged 5-12 enrolled in a school system offering only a virtual learning model.
  • SOLVE Scholarships can be used at licensed child care learning centers, family child care learning homes, and providers with an approved day camp exemption.
  • The Scholarship will be good for three months, but may be extended if the school system continues to offer only a virtual learning model.
  • Families may receive a SOLVE Scholarship for any eligible child. FOR MORE INFORMATION, CLICK HERE.

Your STC Public Benefits Specialist can help you apply for SOLVE, call or email Jessie Jones (912) 443-4151 or jmjones@savannahtech.edu

 

LOW-COST INTERNET & COMPUTER RESOURCES: visit the Student Support Resource Library for more information.

Need Help or have questions?

Jessie M. Jones, Public Benefits Specialist
Email: jmjones@savannahtech.edu do not include any confidential information.

Or, Click here for a list of area community partners.

Questions about your EBT card?

Call (888) 421-3281 or email EBT CARD HELP — ebt@dhs.ga.gov, or visit https://www.connectebt.com/gaebtclient/

You can also visit the Department of Human Services website.

 

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