Q) Who is counted as a member of my household for SNAP – Food Stamp?
A) A SNAP household is made up of everyone who lives together and buys and makes food together. Some people who live together are always part of the same SNAP household. This is true even if they do not buy or make food together. These people include husbands and wives, parents of children in common, and children younger than 22 who live with their parents.
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