The Samaritan Center in rogers hosts a soup kitchen and a food pantry for those in need.
Mary Mann with the center says the $5 billion nationwide slash in benefits will trickle down to non profits like the Samaritan Center - but it won't be immediate.
"The first of the month is always a low time. It's just like any other person. We have our budget. A lot of people get paid once a month or in the first of the month and like all of us things at the end of the month get a little tighter," Mann said.
Right now the Samaritan Center is in need of pull ups and diapers - sizes four , five and six. Those are not covered by food stamps.