Lac qui Parle County Family Service Center Food Stamp Office in Madison Minnesota

Address and phone number for Lac qui Parle County Family Service Center Food Stamp Office, a Food Stamp Office, at 1st Avenue, Madison MN.


Name
Lac qui Parle County Family Service Center Food Stamp Office
Address
930 1st Avenue, Madison, Minnesota, 56256
Phone
320-598-7594

About the Lac qui Parle County Family Service Center Food Stamp Office

The Lac qui Parle County Family Service Center Food Stamp Office, located in Madison, MN, administers the federal Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) for Madison residents. Often called "food stamps," SNAP benefits provide nutrition assistance for income-eligible households. The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) oversees the SNAP program, and SNAP Offices distribute benefits to Madison residents. The program reduces food insecurity and poverty by providing supplemental nutrition assistance for low-income households.

You may contact Food Stamp Offices for questions about:
  • Madison food stamp eligibility
  • Applying for food stamps and SNAP food benefit
  • Calculating SNAP benefits
  • Finding stores that accept SNAP, EBT cards, and food stamps
  • EBT cards and account balances
  • Problems with SNAP benefits
Food Stamps in Madison

The SNAP program, also called Food Stamps, provides food benefits for low-income households in Madison. Participating households receive an electronic debit card (EBT card) that pays for certain household food items. SNAP recipients can also use the EBT card to buy plants and seeds to grow food. In Madison, supermarkets, grocery stores, convenience stores, and farmers markets accept SNAP benefits.

Madison SNAP Eligibility

Madison residents qualify for SNAP benefits by meeting eligibility guidelines based on household size, income, and assets. The income and asset limits vary, depending on the household size and the number of children, seniors, or people with disabilities in the household. To qualify for SNAP, able-bodied adults without dependents must either work or participate in qualified training or educational programs. Children, seniors, and people with disabilities are exempt from SNAP work requirements. SNAP recipients must be citizens or lawfully documented non-citizens. In Minnesota, households that receive cash benefits from other means-tested programs, including Supplemental Social Security Income, Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF), or General Assistance, automatically qualify for SNAP.

Applying for Food Stamps

The Lac qui Parle County Family Service Center Food Stamp Office accepts and processes applications for SNAP benefits. The Food Stamps Office also determines eligibility for benefits and distributes benefits. Madison residents can apply for food stamps online or through the SNAP Office. Other Minnesota offices, including the Department of Social Services or the Department of Human Services, can also help Madison residents apply for SNAP benefits or other income-eligible benefits like TANF and Medicaid.

Using SNAP Benefits in Madison

Most grocery stores and supermarkets in Madison accept SNAP benefits. SNAP recipients pay for qualifying purchases using their EBT card, which operates similarly to a debit card. The SNAP Office can provide information about Madison businesses that accept SNAP benefits. Recipients can also contact the office to report any problems using SNAP benefits.

Contact the Lac qui Parle County Family Service Center Food Stamp Office

You may contact the Lac qui Parle County Family Service Center Food Stamp Office by calling 320-598-7594, or by addressing inquiries to the office mailing address: Lac qui Parle County Family Service Center Food Stamp Office, 930 1st Avenue, Madison, Minnesota, 56256.


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