How to Apply for SNAP Food Stamps in Maryland
Maryland Department of Human Resources
Maryland Food Stamp Program
To apply for the Food Stamp Program in Maryland, locate the nearest Department of Human Resources office by clicking here or call the Maryland SNAP Information Hotline at 1-800-332-6347. Applicants can print out the online application and submit the completed form to their local office as instructed.
In order to apply for SNAP benefits in Maryland, applicants must meet the criteria set forth by the USDA's SNAP Eligibility Requirements, as well as supplying the necessary documentation, including a Social Security Number for each household member, as requested by the state. While an applicant's personal real estate, personal vehicle and personal property do not disqualify a family from receiving benefits, countable assets such as bank accounts should not exceed $2000, or $3000 if the home has an elderly or disabled occupant. Households must have a gross monthly income at or below 130 percent of the Federal poverty guidelines. After allowable deductions, a household's monthly net income should be 100 percent or less of the Federal poverty guidelines in order to be eligible for SNAP. Finally, adults residing in a household must also meet work requirements as outlined by the program. For more details about eligibility, please click the link above or use the SNAP Pre-Screening Eligibility Tool. To see if you may be eligible to receive Food Stamp benefits in Maryland, complete the SAIL Eligibility Screener. (link: https://www.marylandsail.org/) Click here (link: http://www.dhr.state.md.us/fiaprograms/fstamp/rules.php) to read about the eligibility requirements for the state of Maryland.
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