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Minnesota Food Stamp Offices

Minnesota Food Stamp Offices administrates your local Program under Minnesota State guidelines. The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) or Food Stamp helps low-income families buy food. SNAP food stamps can be used to buy food items in supermarkets, convenience stores, and farmers’ markets. 

Click on Your Minnesota Food Stamp Office for Phone Number, Map and More Information

Aitkin County Health Agency
204 First Street NW
Anoka County
Government Center
2100 Third Avenue
Big Stone County
Family Services
340 NW Second Street
New Ulm
Brown County
Family Services
1117 Center Street
Carlton County
Health Services
14 N Eleventh Street
Moose Lake
South Carlton County
Family Services Center
316 Elm Street
Chippewa County
Family Services
719 N Seventh Street
Center City
Chisao County
Health Services
313 North Main Street
Cottonwood County
Family Service Agency
11 Fourth Street
Dodge County  
Human Services
22 Sixth Street East, 
Blue Earth
Faribault County
Human Services
412 N Nicollet
Elbow Lake
Grant County
Social Services 
28 Central South
Park Rapids
Hubbard County
Social Service 
301 Court Avenue
Jackson County
Human Services
310 Sherman Street
Kanabec County
Family Service
905 Forrest Avenue
Kittson County
Social Services
410 S Fifth Street,
Lac Qui Parle County
Family Service Center
930 First Avenue
Lake of the Woods
Social Service 
206 Eighth Avenue 
Lake of the Woods
Social Service 
206 Eighth Avenue SE
Lincoln County
319 N Rebecca Street
Lyon County
607 W Main
Marshall County
Social Service
208 E Colvin Avenue
Martin County
Human Services 
115 W First Street
McLeod County
Social Services
1805 Ford Avenue, 
Meeker County
Social Services
114 N Holcombe Avenue
Murray County
3095 – 20th Street
St. Peter
Nicollet County
Social Services
108 S Minnesota Avenue,
Nobles County
Family Service Agency
318 Ninth Street
Norman County
Social Services
15 Second Avenue E,
Thief River Falls
Pennington County
Human Services
318 N Knight Avenue
Pipestone County
Family Service Agency
1091 N Hiawatha Avenue
St. Paul
540 Cedar Street St.
Red Lake Falls
Red Lake County
Social Services
125 Edward Ave SW
Red Lake County
Social Services
125 Edward Ave SW
Redwood Falls
Redwood County
Human Services
302 E Third Street
Renville County
Human Services
105 S Fifth Street,
Rock County Family
Service Agency
2 Roundwind Road
Sibley County
Human Services
111 Eighth Street 
Swift County
Human Services
410 – 21st South
Traverse County
Social Services
PO Box 46
St. James
Watonwan County
Human Services Center
715 Second Avenue S
Wilkin County
Family Services 
300 South Fifth Street
Anoka County
Economic Assistance 
1201 89th Ave NE  

Minnesota Food Stamp Office Tips:

  • Show Up Early: Local food stamp or Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) program offices are sometimes crowded. You must understand that in this economy there are many people in need of Food Stamp benefits. So be patient, you will be seen. 
  • Be prepared to wait: With lots of people at your local (SNAP) Food Stamp office, if you are late you will have to wait. the best way to avoid the long lines, so get to the office early.
  • Bring a snack:  If you have kids with you, they may get hungry so bring a snack. You don’t want to miss your number being called because you went out to buy a snack.
  • Keep a Cool Head: With lots of people at the local (SNAP) food stamp office waiting to be seen it’s easy to get frustrated and loose you cool. Remember that your social service office counselors are there to assist you. Keeping a cool head and being courteous will help speed the process along.

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76 Responses to Click to Tell Us Your Experience At Your Local Food Stamp Office

  1. Beautiful service from my SNAP office. No complaints. This area to make a “comment” is the only piece of paper I could find to ask the following question. Why am I constantly getting messages by phone and by my emails regarding all the things I’m missing because I’m being short-changed by my local office. (I am not being short-changed though). Why the CONSTANT messages? What’s wrong? Why am I getting them? On two occasions, I responded to the emails because i became curious. Both emails returned to me stating there was no such address. How can I stop these communications? Anybody listening?

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