There are many offices in the state of Florida that provide Supplemental Nutrition Assistance (SNAP). Below we list the Food Assistance Program Offices.
The Florida Department of Children and Families runs the Food Assistance Program in Florida.
Florida Assistance Programs
The Food Assistance Program helps individuals and families purchase nutritional foods needed to maintain and promote good health. The Temporary Cash Assistance program provides financial assistance to pregnant women in their third trimester and families with dependent children to assist in the payment of rent, utilities and other household expenses. The Medicaid Program provides medical assistance to individuals and families to cover or assist in the cost of services that are medically necessary.
You can apply online at: myflorida.com or visiting your local Florida Department of Children and Families Customer Service Center.
Cities in Florida
|Arcadia (1)||Belle Glade (1)||Bonifay (2)|
|Bradenton (1)||Brooksville (1)||Cocoa (1)|
|Daytona Beach (1)||Florida City (1)||Fort Lauderdale (1)|
|Fort Myers (1)||Fort Pierce (1)||Fort Walton Beach (1)|
|Gainesville (1)||Hialeah (1)||Immokalee (1)|
|Inverness (1)||Jacksonville (1)||Key West (1)|
|Kissimmee (1)||Labelle (1)||Lake City (1)|
|Lakeland (1)||Largo (1)||Marathon (1)|
|Miami (6)||Naples (1)||Ocala (1)|
|Okeechobee (1)||Opa Locka (1)||Orlando (1)|
|Panama City (1)||Pensacola (1)||Port Richey (1)|
|Quincy (1)||Riviera Beach (1)||Sanford (1)|
|Sarasota (1)||Sebring (1)||Stuart (1)|
|Sunrise (1)||Tallahassee (1)||Tampa (1)|
|Tavares (1)||Vero Beach (1)||Wauchula (1)|
|West Palm Beach (1)||Wildwood (1)|