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Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), Eastern Augusta and Waynesboro

Shenandoah Valley Social Services, Eastern Augusta and Waynesboro
1200 Shenandoah Avenue
Waynesboro, VA 22980
Phone Main: 
(540) 942-6646
Phone Fax: 
(540) 942-6658
Phone Toll-Free: 
(540) 949-8115


Who We Are

Shenandoah Valley Social Services participates in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), formerly known as Food Stamps.  SNAP benefits are electronic benefits that can be used like cash to buy food at any store that has a sign displaying the Quest logo or a picture of the Virginia Electronic Transfer Benefit card.

Each eligible household will receive a card that may be used like a bank debit card to purchase eligible food items from your account. Plants and seeds to grow a garden can also be purchased.

With SNAP benefits, you can also purchase seeds to grow a garden. The program is designed to help prevent hunger and malnutrition by ensuring a better diet for a low-income household. It is not designed to supply all food needs, only to supplement them.           

Residents can now apply for Social Services benefits online.   Click Here to apply online at the Virginia CommonHelp website.

Waynesboro office covers Eastern Augusta County, as well as Waynesboro 

Who We Serve

Languages Spoken:
Service Area(s):
 Augusta County,
 Waynesboro City


Fee Structure: 
No Fee

When and How

Office Hours: 
Currently closed
Monday - Friday: 8:00 am-4:00 pm
Available 24/7: 
Age Requirements:
 18 and over
Other Eligibility Criteria: 
Resident of Augusta County, Staunton City, or Waynesboro City. Must meet income guidelines
Intake Process: 
Call in advance for income eligibility. Documents required: birth and marriage certificates, employment record or work permit, Social Security card.
Response Time: 
24 hours
Self Refer: 
Provider Refer: 


Where Service is Provided: 
On Site