Food and Nutrition Assistance Program
The Food and Nutrition Assistance Program is designed to help low income families with their buying power. The households gross income must fall under the income scale according to household size.
Non-relatives who live together in the same household have the option of purchasing and preparing separately, and can apply separately for Food and Nutrition Services. Children living in the home with their parents must be age 22 to apply separately. Siblings must be age 21 or older and have children or be married to be considered separate households.
Households are certified for different lengths of time according to their household composition and situation.
The benefit amount is based on a household’s income, size, rent/mortgage, utility deductions, and other applicable deductions.
Applications for Food Assistance are taken Monday through Friday between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m.
Fax Number is 910-814-8242.
Food and Nutrition Services (FNS--Food Stamps)
Remember: ePASS is a helpful tool to use to determine if you wish to apply for program assistance—it is not the application. Applications must be completed and submitted at Harnett County Department of Social Services to determine eligibility for the programs listed above.