St. Paul, Minnesota Social Services Offices

St. Paul public welfare office

We have listed all of our EBT Card office locations that we have located in St. Paul Minnesota below.

Electronic Benefits Transfer (EBT) is the benefit delivery system for public assistance via electronic access to their cash and Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits. Users can log in online to check their Food Stamps/SNAP Benefits or Cash Assistance through TANF online.

States provide online application systems to file for your EBT card. They also have local countywide social services offices to get applications or apply for benefits.

Energy Assistance Program

85 7th Place East, Suite 500
St. Paul, MN - 55101
The Energy Assistance Program (EAP) helps pay home heating costs. Households with the lowest incomes and highest energy costs receive the greatest benefit.. click for more details..

Food Support Program

PO Box 64979
St. Paul, MN - 55164
(888) 711-1151
There are many programs to help people with their food needs, such as emergency food help, Expedited SNAP (formerly called Food Stamps) and Minnesota Food Assistance... click for more details..

Medicare prescription drug coverage

85 7th Place East, Suite 500
St. Paul, MN - 55101
(800) 333-2433
Enrollment into Medicare Part D is Free. Though you will have to pay premiums and deductibles, no one should charge you for assistance in filling out the forms. Make sure you know where your money is going. Rx Marks the Spot. Medicare Prescription Drug Plans will have the \"Medicare .. click for more details..

Minnesota's WorkForce Center System

332 Minnesota Street, Suite E-200
Saint Paul, MN - 55101
(800) 657-3858
Minnesota's Department of Employment and Economic Development's mission is to enhance the economic success of individuals, businesses and commuities by improving the opportunities for prosperity and independence. DEED facilitates an economic environment to produce jobs and improve the quality of t.. click for more details..

EBT Offices Provide:

SNAP Food Stamp Program - Food Assistance Programs

Eligibility is determined by your local SNAP food stamp office. Payment is made through your state ebt office program. You can apply and interview with staff at thes social services offices.
You can also apply online and on the phone with many systems. Local offices are for people that have specific needs or questions.

Temporary Assistance for Needy Families - TANF

TANF cash assistance programs are distributed through EBT cards as cash payments. To apply for TANF you must qualify. The easiest way to qualify is to visit your local social services office and get directions. They can exmplain the gross income qualifications based on the amount of people in your family.

Applying for Medicaid

You can find Medicaid information at your local welfare/social services office. We provide information and details on each listing page.