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Alaska Food Stamp Allotment

Alaska Food Stamp allotment benefits is based on the number of people per household. Alaska residents in need of Food Stamp (SNAP) benefits must first qualify for food stamp benefits. Look at the table below to see the most Food Stamp allotment you can get if you have little or no income. As your income goes up, your Alaska food stamp Allotment benefits go down. The amounts in this table are good from November 1, 2013, to September 30, 2014.




People in Alaska 
Household
Urban Rural I Rural II
1 $226 $288 $351
2 $415 $529 $644
3 $594 $758 $922
4 $755 $962 $1172
5 $896 $1143 $1391
6 $1076 $1372 $1670
7 $1189 $1516 $1845
8 $1359 $1733 $2109
Additional Member +$170 +$217 +$264

The dollar amount or (allotment) that the household gets is determined yearly by US Department Of Agriculture – USDA. The net monthly income of the Alaska household is multiplied by .3, and the result is subtracted from the maximum allotment for the household size to find the household’s allotment. This is because SNAP (Food Stamp) households are expected to spend about 30 percent of their resources on food. 

Benefits are provided from the day the Alaska household applies.

Alaska Food Stamp Income Qualification

Alaska Food Stamp Application Form

Alaska Food Stamp Allotment

Alaska Food Stamp Program – Alaska Food Stamp Website provides information on the state Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).

For further information, contact your local Alaska Food Stamp (SNAP) or State office Or call Alaska State’s SNAP hotline at 907-465-3347

Applying for Food Stamp or SNAP benefits

To apply for Food Stamp or SNAP benefits contact your local (SNAP) food stamp office office. Each State program has their own application form. If your State’s form is not on the web yet, you may need to contact your local food stamp office to request one.

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  1. I received a voicemail Monday, informing me that I would have a food stamp phone interview Wednesday April 22, 2020. Waited around all day and no one called. This system is so ridiculous, not that I can ever get assistance, but in the midst of this pandemic the lack of assistance is extremely alarming! I’ve been out of work since the beginning of March and have been applying since. I filed a complaint the week prior and then I suddenly got that voicemail about an appointment, but the office never called. How is a government funded division so unorganized?

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