The Knox County Food Stamp Office administers the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), a form of nutrition assistance for income-eligible households in Knox County, Maine. Local Food Stamp Offices process applications for Knox County 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. Knox County Food Stamp Offices provide access to information and services on their websites.
Rockland Department of Health and Human Services Food Stamp Office Rockland ME 91 Camden Street, 103 04841 800-432-7802
The Knox County WIC Office provides services that are part of the Women, Infants, and Children nutritional program in Knox County, Maine. WIC Offices process applications to join the program, provide nutritional education, and administer Knox County 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. Knox County WIC Offices provide information and services on their websites.
Rockland Midcoast Maine Community Action WIC Office Rockland ME 7 Union Street 04841 207-594-4329