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SOCIAL SECURITY

When do SNAP benefits reload?

The extra support for low-income families has a different schedule for each state, but we have the list of all of them here.

Update:
Overall consumer prices rose by seven percent over the course of 2021, an inflation rate not seen since 1982, and the data for January, due out February 10, 2022, is expected to show the yearly increase continued.
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The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, better known as SNAP, was given a boost last year as millions of families across the United States saw an increase in their benefits. This increase is expected to be between $12 and $15 per person. SNAP covers funds towards food for low-income families.

The US Department of Agriculture (USDA), which manages the program, has more than 9.3 million households and over 21 million people who received SNAP benefits in August 2021, 1 in 7 if all families.

Below is a list of every state and territory that receives the benefits. Click the link to see the exact date, if the state has a sending plan based upon something like date of birth, or case number.

Food stamp reload dates by state

How much is offered?

For families of four people living in the 48 contiguous US states, including the District of Columbia, the maximum allocation for the year will be $835.

For families of four people living in Alaska, the maximum is between $1,074 and $1,667 in Alaska, while people in Hawaii can receive a maximum of $1,573.

In two US dependencies, families in Guam can receive a maximum of $1,231, while those in the US Virgin Islands can receive up to $1,074, the same as the minimum in Alaska.

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