If you received a lesser SNAP benefit amount than you expected for April, we are aware of these reduced payments and are working with the U.S. Department of Agriculture to resolve this concern. We expect that the additional benefits will be added to your SNAP card in the coming days. You can check your benefits balance by calling 1-800-997-3333 or online at www.NJFamiliesFirst.com.
The mission of the Middlesex County Board of Social Services is to administer Federal and State public assistance programs in a competent, compassionate and efficient manner. Our goal is to meet the needs of our clients through the prudent use of public funds.
Discrimination Complaint Procedures
It is the policy of the Middlesex County Board of Social Services to afford equal opportunity and treatment of employees, applicants for employment, or services without regard to race, color, sex, age, religion, creed, national origin or ancestry, marital status, physical or mental handicap, affection or sexual orientation, or atypical hereditary cellular or blood type.
Any employee, employment applicant or applicant for services who believes that he or she has been subjected to unlawful discrimination has the right to file a discrimination complaint. Complaints may be filed with the Board’s Affirmative Action Coordinator or the Board’s Americans with Disabilities Act Coordinator at 181 How Lane New Brunswick, NJ 08903 or call 732-745-3656.
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If you are a SNAP (Formerly Food Stamps) applicant or recipient and you believe that your civil rights have been violated, please click here for information regarding filing a complaint of discrimination.
Si usted es un solicitante o beneficiario de SNAP (anteriormente, Cupones de alimentos) y cree que sus derechos civiles han sido violados, por favor haga clic aquí para obtener información acerca de cómo presentar una queja de discriminación.