Apply for SNAP Online

Step One: Download SNAP Forms

You must fill out the Voluntary Consent Form and the SNAP Application in your preferred language.

Step Two: Fill out the Forms

Would you like Assistance to Apply for SNAP Benefits?

The Brockton Public Schools has been a SNAP Outreach Partner since 2018.  Due to COVID-19, SNAP applications can be done remotely to parents and families who are not able to get to their local DTA (Department of Transitional Assistance) office. If you are a working family or parent, and need assistance with (SNAP), the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program can be a benefit to your household. 

Our Community Outreach Specialist can accommodate parents and families on an appointment basis outside of the BPS office hours.

You must fill out the Permission to Share (PSI) form and the SNAP Application in your preferred language.

At this time SNAP applications are being done remotely.  

Submit in Person (By appointment only)


Do you have questions?

Please feel free to contact
Janice Johnson Plumer
Community Outreach Specialist
janicejohnsonplumer@bpsma.org
508-208-5518
Parent Information Center
43 Crescent St., Brockton, Massachusetts 02301

Step Three: Submit Completed Forms

Submit Online


Submit in Person

More comfortable submitting your forms in person?

Please feel free to bring your forms in to:
Janice Johnson Plumer
Community Outreach Specialist
janicejohnsonplumer@bpsma.org
508-208-5518
Parent Information Center
43 Crescent St., Brockton, Massachusetts 02301

Step Four: Download DTA Connect App (optional)

The Department of Transitional Assistance offers the DTA Connect app, which lets you view and manage your case information. It can be downloaded from Google Play or the App Store.

Now you can manage your benefits with a few quick clicks.

  • Upload and submit important documents
  • Update your contact information
  • Request an income verification letter (proof of DTA benefits)

No more long lines or hold times.

Google Play App Store