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Connecticut Food Stamp Allotment

Connecticut Food Stamp Allotment benefits is based on the number of people per household. Connecticut residents in need of Food Stamp (SNAP) benefits must first qualify for food stamp benefits. The dollar amount or (allotment) that the household gets is determined yearly by US Department Of Agriculture – USDA. The net monthly income of the Connecticut 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. 

(Connecticut Food Stamp allotment benefits – November 1, 2013 through September 30, 2014)

People In Connecticut Household Maximum Monthly Allotment
1 $    189
2 $    347
3 $    497
4 $    632
5 $    750
6 $    900
7 $   995
8 $ 1,137
Each additional person in Connecticut Household $    142

Benefits are provided from the day the Connecticut household applies.

Connecticut Food Stamp Income Qualification

Connecticut Food Stamp Online Application

Connecticut Food Stamp Application Form

Connecticut Food Stamp Allotment

Connecticut Food Stamp Program – State Information on Connecticut Food Stamp program – Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP). 

For further information, contact your local Connecticut Food Stamp (SNAP) or State office Or call Connecticut State’s SNAP Hotline at 1-866-974-SNAP

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  1. To apply for food stamp benefits, or for information about the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), contact your local SNAP office. You can find local offices and each State’s application on the USDA national map. Local offices are also listed in the State or local government pages of the telephone book. The office should be listed under “Food Stamps,” “Social Services,” “Human Services,” “Public Assistance,” or a similar title. You can also call your State’s SNAP hotline numbers. Most are toll-free numbers.

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