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New York State Meal Card Benefits

New York State continues to distribute Pandemic EBT food benefits to all households with eligible children who receive free school lunch under the National School Lunch Act. Here are important updates to the distribution:

  • OTDA has begun to issue P-EBT food benefits for the 2021-22 school year and Summer 2022. Many eligible children will receive benefits automatically over the next 3-4 weeks.
  • For families who need to apply for P-EBT food benefits, an online application is available here, If you are unable to access or complete the online application, please call the P-EBT Helpline at 1-833-452-0096.
  • Benefits will continue to be issued until September 30, 2023.
  • P-EBT food benefits will remain available and accessible on your EBT or P-EBT Food Benefit card for 274 days from the date they were issued. You can check your family's P-EBT food benefit transaction history by visiting or by calling 1-888-328-6399.
  • All 2020-21 P-EBT food benefits have been issued to all eligible children.
  • Replacement P-EBT Food Benefit cards should only be requested when the previously issued card has been lost, stolen or damaged. You can also set up or reset your PIN to access the meal card benefits by calling 1-888-328-6399. Please be prepared to provide security information, including your zip code and the month and day of the cardholder's birthday (MM/DD), to complete this process.

For additional information please visit NYSOTDA P-EBT Benefits Information Page.




SNAP helps families buy food. Answer a few questions to see if you may be eligible.

SNAP ayuda a las familias a comprar alimentos. Responda algunas preguntas para ver si puede ser elegible.

Click here to learn about SNAP eligibility.


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Breakfast Program

Breakfast will be available for students in kindergarten through grade 12 who wish to participate.


Meal Service to Children with Disabilities

Federal regulations require schools and institutions to serve meals at no extra charge to those children whose disability restricts their diets in such a way that they cannot fully participate in the food service program without some modification to the foods offered on the scheduled menu. You must request the special meals from the school and provide the school with medical certification from a medical doctor. Contact the Director of Food Services, at 842-4010, extension 450.


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