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CHANGES HAVE BEEN MADE ON JUNE 1, 2020 - ONEIDA COUNTY RESIDENTS ONLY - DURING COVID-19 PANDEMIC

Oneida County Residents with a household income less that 300 percent of poverty level are eligible to receive food. Check the chart below to determine eligibility. You must also prove residency by providing the proper identification for each member of the household.

What To Bring With You:

Recipient information & identification required for each person in a household:
  • The applicant/head of household should bring a picture I.D. and a piece of first class mail dated within the last 30 days showing their name and address.
  • For each adult living in the home, also bring a piece of first class mail dated in the last 30 days showing the name and address.
  • For children under the age of 18 please bring one of the following; birth certificate, immunization record, recent report card, a piece of first class mail dated in the last 30 days, or a Badger Care insurance card.

Household Income Information:

The total gross income (monthly or annual) of your household is used to determine eligibility for food assistance. If your total monthly or annual household income falls below these numbers, you are most likely eligible.

For all households with more than 10 people, add $1,120 per additional person for monthly income or $13,440 per additional person for annual income.

Household SizeMonthly IncomeAnnual Income
1$3,190$38,280
2$4,310$51,270
3$5,430$65,160
4$6,550$78,600
5$7,670$92,040
6$8,790$105,480
7$9,010$118,920
8$11,030$132,350
9$12,150$145,800
10$13,270
$159,240