Current Suspected Overdose Deaths in Delaware for 2020: Get Help Now!
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) issued a fraud alert on March 24, 2020 that individuals receiving Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) food benefits should be on the lookout for potential scammers using the COVID-19 situation to steal personal information. SNAP participants should be suspicious of any unknown individual or organization that requests their confidential information. Examples of confidential information include: social security number, bank information, or a participant's SNAP EBT card or PIN number. SNAP participants should contact the Division of Social Services if they are unsure if a request for information is legitimate.
If you believe you are the victim of identity theft, contact your local police department regarding procedures for filing a report. You may also file a consumer complaint online with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) at FTC.gov
A small portion of Medicaid clients received an incorrect closing notice. If your case is scheduled to close effective March 1, 2020 please contact (302)571-4900 OR 1(800)372-2022 to see if your case remains open.
The Division of Social Services is implementing a major upgrade to the ASSIST Self-Service website ASSIST Self-Service Website on Saturday, February 1, 2020. While this upgrade is primarily focused on the underlying technology, we want to make you aware of some notable usability enhancements that aim to improve ther user experience and strengthen data accuracy. These include:
***PLEASE NOTE: The Refreshed Self-Service is no longer supported by Internet Explorer. We recommend using Google Chrome for an optimal experience.***
Attention Community Partners: Please see the Helpful Tips for Community Partners for more information and tips to help you navigate the upgraded site once the change takes effect.
Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) is a food supplemental program that enables low-income families to buy food that is the basis for better nutrition.Learn More
A state-funded program designed to provide cash assistance to low-income people who do not qualify for federally funded programs, such as TANF or Social Security benefits.
Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) is Delaware's main cash assistance program. The goal of TANF is to give people temporary help until they get a job.Learn More
This service provides support for families with children to enable the caretaker to hold a job, obtain training or meet special needs of the parent or child.
National voluntary agencies (volags) place refugees with local sponsors throughout the United States inlcuding the State of Delaware.Learn More
The Division of Social Services provides six main types of medical assistance services. Learn what they are and if you qualify for help.Learn More
Learn how Delaware is working to make health care better. Get a chance to discuss with experts the things that matter most to you.Learn More
Determine if your household is potentially eligible for Delaware's Social Service Programs and download an application today.Learn More
Community Partner Support Unit (CPSU) helps increase access to services by providing ongoing, personalized support for organizations that serve those in need.Learn More
Empowering seniors to prevent healthcare fraud.Learn More