Additional East Feliciana Parish zip code added to DSNAP program
BATON ROUGE – An additional zip code in East Feliciana Parish has been added to the DSNAP program.
Residents living in East Feliciana Parish zip code 70789 are now eligible to apply for DSNAP benefits. Applicants can go to the Early Learning Center located at 9414 Hwy 67 (Plank Road) in Clinton to apply.
Phase One DNSAP locations are open from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. through Saturday, Aug. 27. Applicants and anyone who pre-registered for benefits should go to a DSNAP location only on one of the days indicated by the first letter of their last name.
Tuesday, August 23: E-K
Wednesday, August 24: L-R
Thursday, August 25: S-Z
Friday, August 26: A-K applicants unable to make prior scheduled day
Saturday, August 27: L-Z applicants unable to make prior scheduled day
The best way to pre-register is online at www.dcfs.la.gov/preregister. However, residents can also pre-register by phone at 1-888-LAHELP-U (1-888-524-3578). Call center hours are Monday through Friday from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
All pre-registrants will have to provide the following information:
- Name, Social Security Number and Date of Birth for each household member
- Current address and parish of household
- Monthly income for each household member
- All liquid assets for each household member (cash on hand, checking, savings)
Those applying for DSNAP MUST go to a specified DSNAP site for the parish where they resided during the disaster to apply and receive benefits, if eligible.
DSNAP Phase Two will begin Monday, August 29 through Saturday, September 3 for Acadia, Ascension, East Baton Rouge and Lafayette parishes. DSNAP Phase Three will begin the first week of September for all other approved DSNAP parishes.
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