Government Benefits Screening

Need help applying for government benefits?  NFCC can help.

As a partner with the Georgia Department of Family and Children Services (DFCS), we can help determine your eligibility for benefits like SNAP (food stamps), WIC CAPS, TANF and Medicaid (pregnant women, children) and assist you with the application process.

Available by appointment only. Day and evening times available. 

Click here for a printable flyer with more information and required documentation. 


To ensure timely screening, you will need to provide the following documents for yourself and anyone in our household

1.   Official government-issued photo identification: proof of who you are, such as a driver’s license, ID card or passport.

2.   Social Security cards.

3.   Proof of U.S. Citizenship, such as a birth certificate, US passport, or hospital record.

4.   Immigration records for persons who are not US citizens.

5.   Proof of ALL income for the last 4 weeks, including child support, SSI, Social Security, pay stubs, money from a roomer or boarder, VA retirement, any pension payments,

6.   Copies of household expenses: rent, utilities, medical, etc….

7.   Proof of residence, such as proof of rent or house payment such as current lease or payment book statements.

Find out if you are eligible for food stamps (SNAP) or other government benefits.


For additional information or to make an appointment,

CALL: 470-568-5701 

Pending applications, status updates or denials

We do not have direct access to DFCS’ system updates on cases that are open with DFCS (i.e. food stamps, Medicaid, TANF, CAPS, etc).

If your application has already been submitted to DFCS, please contact your case manager, your county DFCS office, or call 1-877-423-4746.

If you have questions about a letter or a missed appointment, call DFCS Customer Care 1-877-423-4746.

Visit the Department of Family & Children Services (DFCS) website, here.

Locate your DFCS officehere.

Did You Know:

9+ tons – weight of the food NFCC gives out each week – about the size of a large elephant.