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If you believe CalFresh benefits have been electronically stolen from your EBT card, also known as skimmed or scammed, you must report the theft within 10 days of the date the theft transaction occurred. To report the theft please complete the Report of Electronic Theft of Benefits form EBT 2259 ensuring to sign and date the form and submit it to the County.
The form may be submitted via LaterDocs.
Select the links below for information regarding the ending of CalFresh Emergency Allotments
- CalFresh Emergency Allotments FAQ (Spanish, Vietnamese, Arabic, Tagalog)
- CalFresh Emergency Allotments Flyer (Spanish, Vietnamese, Arabic, Tagalog)
- Changes to CalFresh Benefits Amounts FAQ (Spanish, Vietnamese, Arabic, Tagalog)
CalFresh is also known as the federal Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP). CalFresh is a program for low-income families and individuals that meet certain income guidelines. CalFresh benefits help supplement your food budget and allow families and individuals to buy nutritious food.
CalFresh benefits are accessed by using an Electronic Benefit Transfer (EBT) card. An EBT card is used the same way you would use a debit or ATM card. Eligibility and the amount of CalFresh benefits issued depend on your household size, income and certain living expenses
Do you have an immediate Food Need?
You may be eligible to receive CalFresh within three days if you qualify for CalFresh Expedited Services. You can also get food assistance through various community organizations throughout San Diego.
For a quick search of food resources visit:
2-1-1 San Diego or call 2-1-1
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