DHS Reminds SNAP Customers to Keep Appointments

Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program

The Virgin Islands Department of Human Services’ Division of Family Assistance is in the process of preparing for the closing of calendar year 2019. All clientele of the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) – formerly known as Food Stamps – are reminded of the following:

1. Keep scheduled appointments to help avoid interruption to your benefits.
2. Bring all necessary documents to your appointment so that your application can be processed quickly. Documents may include:
Proof of identity
Proof of citizenship
Social Security Card
Proof of income
Rent receipt or lease
Utility bills
Child support payment information
W2 form (if self-employed)
Child-care receipts
3. Provide current address and telephone numbers

For further information, contact one of the Department of Human Services offices:
St. Thomas – 774-2399
St. John – 776-6335 or 776-6334
St. Croix – 772-7100

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