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The DTA Assistance Line is open from 8:15 A.M. to 4:45 P.M.
To apply for SNAP benefits, you need to provide personal information. This includes your Social Security number (if you have one), birth date, home address (if you have one), income, and expenses.
You may need more information in certain situations:
You will need to verify your income, expenses and other information:
Apply for SNAP benefits online.
Download the SNAP benefits application in your primary language. Senior citizens may use this application.
Visit a DTA office where a staff member can help you get started.
1. We will contact you to schedule an interview
2. You will need to verify the information you tell us
3. You can send us the verifications in many ways
4. You will get an Electronic Benefit Transfer (EBT) card
5. You will get a decision within 30 days
6. You can use your EBT card to shop for food if you are eligible for benefits.
Can someone help me apply for SNAP benefits?
You can ask someone you trust to apply for you or go food shopping for you. That person is your authorized representative. Tell us who your authorized representative is in your application. You and your authorized representative will need to fill out the Request to choose someone to be my authorized representative.
I need help because of a disability
We may be able to help. We can give you extra help called accommodations. Accommodations can make working with us easier. If you think you need extra help, tell a DTA staff member.
What can I buy?
You can buy most foods, as well as seeds or plants for growing food, using your EBT card.