The extra SNAP payment, officially called Emergency Allotments, will end in February 2023!
Find more information by reading our official EA Ending flyer.
The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, (SNAP), once known as Food Stamps, help individuals and families put food on their plates.
If you qualify, you will receive an EBT card, similar to a debit card, that allows you to purchase fresh fruits and vegetables, meats, canned goods, etc. in most grocery and convenience stores.
- The amount of benefits you receive depends on your income and housing expenses.
- Important note for people who receive Social Security benefits: most qualify for SNAP.
- SNAP benefits can now be used online with several grocery retailers.