SNAP, the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (formerly known as food stamps), is a federal safety net program providing low-income Americans with the food they need to feed themselves and their families. In most cases, SNAP is a temporary, short term solution for individuals and families to help until they get back on their feet. On average, SNAP participants stay on the program less than a year. The SNAP program is funded through the United States Department of Agriculture and is administered in Arkansas through the Arkansas Department of Human Services.

Eligibility is based on income and assets, ability to work, citizenship and whether there are children, elderly family members, or disabled persons in the home. If you own a home or a car, you may still be eligible for benefits, so go to for eligibility details.

DHS Offices in Pulaski County

Pulaski SW 6801 Baseline Road, Little Rock, AR, 72219-8916 501-371-1100

Pulaski East 1424 East Second, Little Rock, AR, 72203-8083 501-371-1300

Pulaski South 1105 MLK, Jr., Little Rock, AR, 72203-2620 501-682-9200

If you have access to the internet at home, work, or at your local library, you can find out if you qualify and apply for benefits online.

Need help filling out your SNAP application? Your local library is ready to help! Visit a library branch during business hours to set un an appointment to walk through your SNAP application. At the appointment, a librarian, one of our registered social workers, or a member of the Be Mighty team will work with you answer questions and fill out your application.

If you don’t have internet access or need additional help in applying for SNAP benefits call the Arkansas Hunger Relief Alliance at 833-SNAPARK (833-762-7275) or the Department of Human Resources at 1-800-482-8988. TDD: 501-682-8820.