Find your local Food Stamp (SNAP) - Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Office here! Not a government website.

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food-stamp-mapThe Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) formally known as FOOD STAMP provides help for families with children whose parents or responsible caregiver cannot afford to provide for the family’s basic nutritional needs. State, territorial, and tribal governments administrate their own Food Stamp program. SNAP food stamps can be used to buy food items in supermarkets, convenience stores, and farmers’ markets. If you need to apply for food stamp benefits, you need to contact your state, territory, or tribal SNAP office directly or apply on your state social service benefit website.


On FoodStampOffice.US you can find your local Food Stamp office along with contact information as well as state websites where you can apply for your food stamp – SNAP benefits online.

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Can I check the balance of my EBT SNAP account online?

Q) Can I check the balance of my EBT SNAP account online? A) You can check the balance of your EBT Snap account online in most states. The following States have online access to individual EBT account information, such as balance and transaction history information. States Internet Address ALABAMA ALASKA ARIZONA CALIFORNIA… Continue Reading

Can SNAP benefits be used to purchase cooking wines and extracts

Q) Can SNAP benefits be used to purchase cooking wines and extracts A) Yes, cooking wines and extracts are eligible for purchase with SNAP benefits. These items are considered un-consumable as alcoholic beverages. Because they contain very large amounts of added salt, the product is undrinkable as a standalone beverage. As such, cooking wines and… Continue Reading

Can I qualify for SNAP if I am a student?

Q) Can I qualify for SNAP if I am a student? A) Most able-bodied students ages 18 through 49 who are enrolled in college or other institutions of higher education at least half time are not eligible for SNAP benefits unless they meet certain criteria such as participating in work-study, working at least twenty hours… Continue Reading

How do I apply for SNAP (Food Stamp) ?

Q) How do I apply for SNAP (Food Stamp)? A) First you must submit an application online or at your local social service office. Then you will be contacted for an interview. At the interview, the office will let you know if they need more information to see if you are eligible for SNAP. You… Continue Reading

Can I apply for SNAP (Food Stamp) online?

Can I apply for SNAP (Food Stamp) online? A) Yes in most states. Most States have online applications. If you cannot apply online, you can download and print a paper application. You can find your State’s application on our website. You can bring or mail the application to your local office. If you do not… Continue Reading


DISCLAIMER: This site is NOT affiliated with any government sites or agencies, this site is for informational purposes only. If you have questions or issues about your food stamp benefits it’s always best you contact your local Social Service Office. We are not Social Service office employees, officers or agents.