Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)

ImageAre you struggling to provide for your family?  SNAP can help! The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program helps put food on the table for some 31 million people per month. It provides low-income households with monthly electronic benefits they can use like cash at most grocery stores. This is the same program formerly known as food stamps.

Also, see what we are doing with SNAP Outreach in Flagler County.

What Are the Income Limits?

Household size

Gross monthly income
(130 percent of poverty)

Net monthly income
(100 percent of poverty)

1

$1,174

$ 903

2

1,579

1,215

3

1,984

1,526

4

2,389

1,838

5

2,794

2,150

6

3,200

2,461

7

3,605

2,773

8

4,010

3,085

Each additional member

+406

+312

How much can I receive?

People in Household

Maximum Monthly Allotment

1

$    200

2

$    367

3

$    526

4

$    668

5

$    793

6

$    952

7

$ 1,052

8

$ 1,202

Each additional person

$    150

What information do I need?

Picture I.D for everyone over 18

Information about household members (date of birth and social security numbers)

Income (pay stubs, SSI income, letter of support)

Rent or mortgage info

Vehicle info and bank statements

How long will it take?

It will take about 30 minutes to complete the on-line application.

Where can I apply?

You can apply for public assistance from anywhere using a computer with internet access. www.myflorida.com/accessflorida

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