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Payment dates for SNAP Benefits in July 2023 in each state

SNAP payments for July have started but they vary from state to state across the nation. Below are the benefit payment dates for July 2023 in each state.

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Another month has arrived and for SNAP recipients that means a new payment will be put on electronic benefit transfer (EBT) debit cards.

The United States has various financial aid programs with the aim of providing relief to the people who need it most. A clear example of this is the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, popularly known as SNAP.

Through this program, monthly payments are provided for families struggling to put food on their tables. The amount depends on the number of family members, as well as your personal situation. Whatever amount recipients are eligible for, money is deposited each month to an EBT debit card, which is accepted at a number of select stores.

Although the SNAP program is aid granted by the federal government, the truth is that it is administered by state governments, which means that each state in the country is responsible for the distribution of funds, that is why the requirements vary from place to place, as well as the date of payment.

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Payment dates for SNAP Benefits in July 2023 in each state

Bearing in mind that the distribution of payments depends on the state government, below, we share the payment dates for the month of July in each state of the nation.

  • Alabama: July 4-23
  • Alaska: July 1
  • Arizona: July 1-13
  • Arkansas: July 4-13
  • California: July 1-10
  • North Carolina: July 3-21
  • South Carolina: July 1-10
  • Colorado: July 1-10
  • Connecticut: July 1-3
  • North Dakota: July 1
  • South Dakota: July 10
  • Delaware: July 2-23
  • District of Columbia: July 1-10
  • Florida: July 1-28
  • Georgia: July 5-23
  • Hawaii: July 3-5
  • Idaho: July 1-10
  • Illinois: July 1-10
  • Indiana: July 5-23
  • Iowa: July 1-10
  • Kansas: July 1-10
  • Kentucky: July 1-19
  • Louisiana: July 1-23
  • Maine: July 10-14
  • Maryland: July 4-23
  • Massachusetts: July 1-14
  • Michigan: July 3-21
  • Minnesota: July 4-13
  • Mississippi: July 4-21
  • Missouri: July 1-22
  • Montana: July 2-6
  • Nebraska: July 1-5
  • Nevada: July 1-10
  • New Jersey: July 1-5
  • New York: July 1-9
  • New Hampshire: July 5
  • New Mexico: July 1-20
  • Ohio: July 2-20
  • Oklahoma: July 1-10
  • Oregon: July 1-9
  • Pennsylvania: July 3-14
  • Rhode Island: July 1
  • Tennessee: July 1-20
  • Texas: July 1-28
  • Utah: July 5, 11 and 15
  • Vermont: July 1
  • Virginia: July 1-7
  • West Virginia: July 1-9
  • Washington : July 1-20
  • Wisconsin: July 1-15
  • Wyoming: July 1-4

Amounts SNAP recipients will receive

The median SNAP voucher payment is around $180 for an individual; however, there are those who can receive the maximum benefit depending on their economic situation.

These are the maximum payments that can be received by 2023, depending on the number of members of the beneficiary families.

  • 1 member: $281
  • 2 members: $516
  • 3 members: $740
  • 4 members: $939
  • 5 members: $1,116
  • 6 members: $1,339
  • 7 members: $1,480
  • 8 members: $1,691
  • Additional Member: +$211