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SNAP & Public Benefits

Due to COVID-19, Savannah Technical College campuses are closed to reduce the spread of the virus.

Regulations set forth by the State of Georgia, do not allow Public Benefit Community Partners, such as Savannah Tech. to submit applications for clients at this time.

Also, as of Monday, March 23, DFCS offices are temporarily reducing in-person operations to appointments only. So, in addition to applying online, you are encouraged to use the online  self-service options during this time or call (877) 423-4746.
Visit the GA. Department of Human Services   https://dhs.georgia.gov/press-releases/2020-03-20/dhs-implements-new-office-protocols-response-covid-19 for more information.

If you are having questions or are having problems with your EBT card, call (888) 421-3281 or visit https://www.connectebt.com/gaebtclient/

We at Savannah Technical College are concerned about the welfare of our students and the community we serve and are still here to help you through these trying times as much as we can.
If you have questions or need help with your public benefits process, you can email Jessie M. Jones, Public Benefits Specialist at snap@savannahtech.edu  or call (912) 509-0771. PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS IS A TEMPORARY TELEPHONE COMMUNICATIONS METHOD. IF YOU LEAVE A VOICEMAIL, PLEASE DO NOT INCLUDE ANY CONFIDENTIONAL INFORMATION.

 

For your information, the following notice is posted on the GA Department of Human Services website https://dfcs.georgia.gov/

NOTICE From DFCS

The DHS Division of Family & Children Services is working to process benefits applications. March Pandemic Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, or P-SNAP benefits will be released automatically on EBT cards to all eligible households by the end of the month. Constituents are encouraged to use online self-service options or telephone to access more information or updates during this period.

Other notices from DFCS and other potentially helpful information are posted here.

Community Resources and information that may be helpful are posted and updated on our Library Resources page.

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