A) The process for requesting a new EBT food stamp card will vary depending on your location and the specific program you are enrolled in. In general, you can request a new card by contacting your state’s Department of Health and Human Services or the agency that administers the food stamp program in your area. You may be able to do this online, by phone, or in person. You may be asked to provide certain documentation, such as proof of identity and income, in order to request a new card. It’s best to check with your local agency for specific instructions on how to request a new card.
In Alaska, the food stamp program is administered by the Alaska Department of Health and Social Services (DHSS). To request a new food stamp card in Alaska, you can contact the DHSS by phone or in person.
You can call the Alaska Quest Card Customer Service Center at 1-800-478-2221, they are available Monday-Friday 7:30am-5:00pm (AKST).
You can also visit a DHSS office in person. You can find the nearest office by visiting the DHSS website or call the DHSS office in your area and ask for the location of the nearest food stamp office.
You may be asked to provide certain documentation, such as proof of identity and income, in order to request a new card, and it may take several days for a new card to be issued and sent to you.