District of Columbia Food Stamp Office

Search for District of Columbia DC food stamp offices. A food stamp office search provides information on food assistance, nutrition assistance, applying for food stamps, applying for SNAP, applying for WIC, food stamps eligibility, food stamps requirements, food stamps application, nutrition assistance, and food services.


The District of Columbia Food Stamp Office administers the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), a form of nutrition assistance for income-eligible households in District of Columbia District of Columbia. Local Food Stamp Offices process applications for District of Columbia SNAP benefits, help determine eligibility for benefits, and provide nutritional education resources. The offices also help administer monthly food benefits, distribute food assistance, and accept applications from individuals and households for SNAP benefits, and they ensure that participants comply with SNAP rules. District of Columbia Food Stamp Offices provide access to information and services on their websites.

Fort Davis Service Center Food Stamp Office Washington DC 3851 Alabama Avenue Southeast 20020 202-645-4500

Washington Anacostia Service Center Food Stamp Office Washington DC 2100 Martin Luther King Junior Avenue Southeast 20020 202-645-4614

Washington Congress Heights Service Center Food Stamp Office Washington DC 4001 South Capitol Street Southwest 20032 202-645-4546

Washington DC Department Human Services Taylor Street Service Center Food Stamp Office Washington DC 1207 Taylor Street Northwest 20011 202-576-8000

Washington Department of Human Services Economic Security Service Center Food Stamp Office Washington DC 645 H Street Northeast 20002 202-727-5355


The District of Columbia WIC Office provides services that are part of the Women, Infants, and Children nutritional program in District of Columbia District of Columbia. WIC Offices process applications to join the program, provide nutritional education, and administer District of Columbia food services to eligible individuals and families. The program administers benefits for income-eligible pregnant and recently pregnant women, infants, and young children who are at nutrition risk. WIC Offices determine eligibility for benefits, accept and process applications, and conduct assessments for nutrition risk. District of Columbia WIC Offices provide information and services on their websites.

Washington Anacostia Health Center WIC Office Washington DC 1500 Galen Street Southeast 20020 202-610-5491

Washington Childrens Hospital WIC Office Washington DC 1630 Euclid Street Northwest 20009 202-476-5479

Washington DC General Family Shelter WIC Office Washington DC 1900 Massachusetts Avenue Southeast 20003 202-436-3062

Washington District of Columbia Brookland WIC Office Washington DC 1305 Rhode Island Avenue Northeast 20018 202-269-0487

Washington District of Columbia C WIC Office Washington DC 508 Kennedy Street Northwest 20011 202-420-7153

Washington District of Columbia Champlain WIC Office Washington DC 2250 Champlain Street Northwest 20009 202-476-6986

Washington District of Columbia Hunt Place WIC Office Washington DC 4130 Hunt Place Northeast 20019 202-388-8177

Washington District of Columbia WIC Office Washington DC 850 Delaware Avenue Southwest 20024 202-548-4549

Washington Enrollment Site WIC Office Washington DC 111 Michigan Avenue Northwest 20010 202-476-5594

Washington Howard University Hospital WIC Office Washington DC 2041 Georgia Avenue Northwest 20060 202-865-4942

Washington National WIC Association WIC Office Washington DC 2001 S Street Northwest 20009 202-232-5492

Washington Unity Health Care WIC Office Washington DC 123 45th Street Northeast 20019 202-388-7752

Washington Upper Cardozo Clinic WIC Office Washington DC 3020 14th Street Northwest 20009 202-299-1554

Washington WIC Office Washington DC 3924 Minnesota Avenue Northeast 20019 202-627-7851