The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) – formerly known as food stamps – is a federal nutrition program from the USDA. SNAP enables eligible, low-income individuals and families to purchase nutritious food using an electronic debit card (EBT) at most grocery and convenience stores that accept EBT benefits.
If you or someone you know is in need of food assistance, SNAP can help.
SNAP empowers eligible, low-income individuals and families to purchase food at grocery stores with the use of an EBT card. Three Square SNAP advocates can assist you free of charge with completing and submitting your SNAP application.
You may be eligible for SNAP benefits if you are:
- Working for minimum wages
- Working part-time
- Receiving other public assistance
How can Three Square help me find and apply for assistance?
Three Square’s Benefit Services Outreach Team assists households with referrals and applications for benefits for which they may be eligible.
- Assistance with Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program (SNAP, commonly known as food stamps) applications
- Assistance with applying for the Energy Assistance Program (EAP)
- Referrals to other community partners for other assistance programs, including food pantries, Medicaid, and housing assistance
What’s the most my household income can be and still be eligible for SNAP?
SNAP MAXIMUM GROSS MONTHLY INCOME REQUIREMENTS
If I’m eligible for SNAP, am I eligible for other assistance programs?
SNAP recipients, who are expectant mothers or have children under the age of five, are eligible for Women, Infant and Children (WIC) benefits. These benefits can also redeemable at authorized retailers like grocery stores.
When households with school-age children apply for SNAP and are determined eligible, they are direct certified for NSLBP (National School Lunch and Breakfast Program).
Some SNAP recipients are also eligible for cash assistance through the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) program through the Division of Welfare and Supportive Services.
How can I learn more about SNAP and other food assistance programs?
- Visit the USDA’s SNAP Web Page
- Call the Three Square Center (702) 765–4030.
- For the USDA's non-discrimination statement, please visit this website
Where can I learn more about senior hunger and SNAP?
Visit the website below for information on how older adults can learn more about SNAP, and how they can receive assistance.