Find 17363 food stamp offices. Food stamp offices provide information on food stamps and SNAP program (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program) eligibility, application, guidelines, income requirement, EBT/SNAP balance lookups, card numbers, and MyBenefits.
Harford County Department of Social Services Food Stamp Office 2 South Bond Street Bel Air MD 21014 20.4 miles from 17363 410-836-4700
Carroll County Department of Social Services Food Stamp Office 1232 Tech Court Westminster MD 21157 24.3 miles from 17363 410-386-3300
Baltimore County Department of Social Services Food Stamp Office 6401 York Road Baltimore MD 21212 27.4 miles from 17363 410-853-3000
Baltimore City Department of Social Services Food Stamp Office 1910 North Broadway Baltimore MD 21213 31.5 miles from 17363 443-378-4600
Cecil County Department of Social Services Food Stamp Office 170 East Main Street Elkton MD 21921 41.9 miles from 17363 410-996-0100
Howard County Department of Social Services Food Stamp Office 7121 Columbia Gateway Drive Columbia MD 21046 42.5 miles from 17363 410-872-8700
Newark Delaware Health and Social Services Robscott Building Food Stamp Office 153 East Chestnut Hill Road Newark DE 19713 45.3 miles from 17363 302-368-6610
Newark Floyd I Hudson State Service Center Food Stamp Office 501 Ogletown Road Newark DE 19711 45.7 miles from 17363 302-283-7500
Kent County Department of Social Services Food Stamp Office 350 High Street Chestertown MD 21620 47.5 miles from 17363 410-810-7600
Frederick County Department of Social Services Food Stamp Office 100 East All Saints Street Frederick MD 21701 50.2 miles from 17363 301-600-4555
New Castle Churchmans Corporate Center Food Stamp Office 84 Christiana Road New Castle DE 19720 52.2 miles from 17363 302-395-6740
Middletown Appoquinimink State Service Center Food Stamp Office 122 Silver Lake Road Middletown DE 19709 52.3 miles from 17363 302-378-5770
No. Eligibility for Food Stamps, or SNAP, is based primarily on the household's income level, not its type of income. Approximately 8% of households receiving SNAP benefits are also receiving TANF benefits. The most common source of income for SNAP households is earned income.How many people participate in SNAP?
Approximately 45 million people in 21 million households receive SNAP benefits. About half of all households receiving SNAP benefits have at least one child under the age of 18. About 16% of participating households have at least one elderly member age 60 or older.How many stores participate in SNAP?
More than 260,000 retailers are authorized to participate in SNAP. About 80% of all benefits are redeemed at supermarkets and superstores. Participating stores are monitored for their compliance with SNAP rules.