Riverside County Food Stamp Office

Find Riverside County California Food Stamp Offices and SNAP benefits. Food stamp offices provide information on foodstamps and SNAP program (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program) elibility (application, guidelines and income requirements), EBT/SNAP balance lookups, card numbers and mybenefits.


Banning Department of Public Social Services Food Stamp Office 63 4th Street Banning CA 92220 951-922-7000


Blythe Department of Public Social Services Food Stamp Office 1225 Hobsonway Blythe CA 92225 760-921-5700

Cathedral City Department of Social Services Food Stamp Office 68615 Perez Road Cathedral CA 92234 760-770-2300

Hemet Department of Public Social Services Food Stamp Office 541 North San Jacinto Street Hemet CA 92543 951-791-3000

Indio Department of Public Social Services Food Stamp Office 199 Monroe Street Indio CA 92201 760-863-2700

Lake Elsinore Department of Public Social Services Food Stamp Office 1400 West Minthorn Street Lake Elsinore CA 92530 951-245-3100

Norco Department of Public Social Services Food Stamp Office 3178 Hamner Avenue Norco CA 92860 951-272-5400

Perris Department of Public Social Services Food Stamp Office 201 Redlands Avenue Perris CA 92571 951-940-6600

Riverside Department of Public Social Services Food Stamp Office 5961 Mission Boulevard Riverside CA 92509 951-509-8000

Riverside Department of Public Social Services Food Stamp Office 11060 Magnolia Avenue Riverside CA 92505 951-358-3400

Temecula Department of Public Social Services Food Stamp Office 43264 Business Park Drive Temecula CA 92590 951-600-6500

What is a Food Stamp Office?

Food stamp offices provide money for grocery assistance to needy individuals and families through the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP). To considered for eligibility, you must submit an application to the food stamp office, either online or in person, and then complete an in-person interview with a caseworker.

If you're found eligible for benefits, the food stamp office will give you an Electronic Benefits Transfer (EBT) card loaded with a certain amount of value per each benefits period. You can then spend this value to buy food.

According to food stamp office rules, you may only use an EBT card to purchase food at grocery stores and certain participating restaurants. You can't use it to purchase alcohol, tobacco, or vitamin supplements. The food stamp office is responsible for disbursing the correct benefit amount and ensuring that EBT cards aren't subject to fraud or abuse.