Food Stamps (SNAP)

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  • Food Stamp Application for Seniors

    This is an simpler application for food assistance for households where everyone is elderly (age 60 or older) and have no earned income. Read More

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    Alabama Department of Human Resources
  • Food Stamp Households

    What is a Food Stamp Household? Can one house have two or more food stamp households? Can my children live with me and be a separate household? Answers to these questions and more are in this factsheet. Read More

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    Legal Services Alabama
  • Save Those Papers!

    In order to protect your rights, you may need to use papers others have given you. This fact sheet tells you what papers you should save. Read More

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    Legal Services Alabama
  • SNAP (Food Stamps) for Able Bodied Adults Without Dependents

    Information regarding the new time limit for Able Bodied Adults Without Dependents (ABAWDs) to receive SNAP (Food stamps). Read More

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    Legal Services Alabama
  • Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP): Fact Sheet on Resources, Income and Benefits

    Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program or SNAP is the new name for the Food Stamp Program. By going to this website, you can get current food stamp income limits. Note that it has different limits for disabled and elderly people. The website also shows the largest amounts families can get in food stamps. To get these amounts of food stamps, families have to have no income or very little income. Please note: This website talks about counting cars toward the resource limit. In Alabama, cars do not count. Read More

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    U.S. Food and Nutrition Service (FNS)
  • The Food Stamp Program: Just the Facts

    The Food Stamp Program helps low income people buy food. This document answers questions about how to apply, how many food stamps you can receive, work requirements, reporting requirements and your rights under the program. Links to the Online Alabama Food Stamp Application - in English and Spanish/EspaƱol - are included. Read More

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    Legal Services Alabama