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Fresno County Department of Social Services Details Page

Fresno County Department of Social Services
2135 Fresno St
Fresno, CA - 93721
(559) 600-5956

Fresno County Department of Social Services Details

CalFresh provides monthly benefits to help low-income households to purchase the food they need. 

CalFresh is the only nationwide program available to all who need it, if eligible, regardless of age or family arrangement. 

Benefits are based on household income, with deductions allowed for certain expenses such as housing. 

CalFresh benefits can be provide an important "safety net" to families who have been discontinued from the CalWORKs program. 

To learn more and to apply for benefits online, visit www.mybenefitscalwin.org.  

CalFresh benefits are no longer issued as coupons.

Instead, an EBT card (Electronic Benefit Transfer) is issued.

This electronic card is used like a debit card, making the distribution and use of benefits faster and easier.

By using the EBT card, cardholders can access benefits at stores and other retailers who accept CalFresh benefits.

Some Farmer's Markets now accept EBT cards.

Who Is EligibleA CalFresh Household may be a family, an individual, or any combination that purchases food and prepares meals together.

A child living with parents cannot be a separate household until age 22.

Citizens of the United States or non-citizens who are legally residing in the U.S. are eligible to apply for CalFresh.

Non-citizen parents may be able to receive benefits for their children who are citizens.

Some income and property limits are reviewed to see if the CalFresh family is eligible.

Property used as a home is exempt from property limits.


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