Catholic Charities' Nutrition Outreach Education Project (NOEP)
works to ensure a healthy diet for low-income families in Suffolk
County by informing them of food programs and helping them
The food stamp program helps families meet their monthly food
costs with convenient electronic benefit transfer (EBT) cards that
can be used like cash at most grocery stores. NOEP offers free
confidential pre-screening to determine eligibility for food stamps,
assistance in applying for the program, and advocacy to ensure
that eligible families receive the card.
Location and Hours
Catholic Charities Nutrition Outreach Education Project (NOEP)
143 Schleigel Boulevard
Amityville, NY 11701
Monday - Friday, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Eligibility and Fees
Eligibility for food stamps is based on income, family size, and
expenses. Call for a free confidential pre-screening for food stamp
eligibility. No fees are charged for these services.
Additional facts about food stamp eligibility:
- Many working people are eligible for food stamps
- Many people on public assistance, SSI, CSFP, WIC, or Meals-On-Wheels are also eligible
- Some immigrants are eligible
- In some cases, home visits can be arranged to enroll homebound seniors and persons with disabilities