Department of Family Services program offers aid to eligible Wyoming families

Amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Wyoming has been approved for the new Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer (P-E-B-T) program offering extra help buying groceries for the families of children who normally receive free and reduced-price meals at school.

According to a DFS press release, the P-EBT program provides temporary assistance for households with children affected by school closures during the public health emergency.  Each qualified student may be eligible for up to a total of $285. 

Wyoming children who were receiving free or reduced lunch at the time of school closure due to COVID-19 are eligible for P-EBT. 

The Wyoming Department of Family Services is the implementing agency for P-EBT and is working in coordination with the Wyoming Department of Education and local school districts to verify eligibility for free or reduced-cost lunch and P-EBT under the National School Lunch Program.

To apply for the P-EBT program visit Applications must be received by June 3, 2020.

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Gina McGee-Bradway

What about seniors who have put in for housing ? I am 71 yrs. and applied in Julyl last year and not one single communications about my situation. I am homeless and disabled but now on on regular Social Security yet I make $70 too much for EBT???

What is wrong????


You just can’t go wrong feeding children or those in need.