Pandemic EBT Benefits Guide (P-EBT)

Pandemic EBT (P-EBT) Guide

(Last updated on 5/18/20) The Food Nutrition Service has launched a new program that provides help to households with children during extended school closures. The Pandemic EBT benefits program was launched in response to the Coronavirus outbreak. The outbreak has impacted millions of families nationwide. In this article, you will learn everything you need to know about the Pandemic EBT program including how it works and if you qualify for benefits. We will also cover: P-EBT Program Information Qualifications for P-EBT Benefits Child Nutrition Program changes due to COVID-19 P-EBT Frequently Asked Questions To learn more about P-EBT benefits including […]

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Congress approves Additional Food Stamps Benefits due to Coronavirus

"See how much you will receive in additional coronavirus food stamps"

Here’s some great news for all food stamps recipients. Congress has approved additional Food Stamps benefits due to Coronavirus. This applies to current food stamps recipients and was part of the coronavirus stimulus package that was signed into law by President Trump last month. In this post, we will walk you through what the additional money means for current food stamps recipients and when you can expect to see the extra funds on your EBT Card. If you are not currently receiving food stamps but have been impacted by the coronavirus pandemic and need food stamps benefits, see our post […]

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Millions of Americans Approved for Food Stamps due to Coronavirus

"Emergency food stamps due to Coronavirus"

Last updated on 3/31/20 As you may be aware, Trump signs the historic $2 trillion stimulus bill after Congress passes it on March 27. The legislation stands as the largest emergency aid package in US history. The bill provides over $100 billion to expanded existing aid programs, including the expansions of Medicaid and food stamps. In this post, we will explain the disaster food stamps process (DSNAP) and how you can get emergency food stamps due to Coronavirus in your state. We will also provide an update on additional benefits existing food stamps recipients are going to receive, including rules […]

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Families First Coronavirus Response Act to provide Relief to Low-Income Americans

Families First Coronavirus Response Act to provide relief to Low Income Americans

With the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic sweeping the United States, the public is being urged to cancel all their plans. This includes any planned visits to high traffic, high population areas and events. This has resulted in a number of school closures, event cancellations, and business closures around the nation.  For those individuals and households that are receiving government assistance to meet their basic needs, this time is all that much harder and more stressful. Low-income Americans face the highest risk due to the lack of access to healthcare and nutritional food. As a result, they face a greater crisis than […]

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Apply for Hurricane Michael Disaster Food Stamps

"Apply for Hurricane Michael Food Stamps"

During the week of October 7th, 2018, Hurricane Michael made landfall. The hurricane swept through the Florida Panhandle, Virginia, Georgia and North Carolina. The brunt of the storm hit the Florida Panhandle, devastating communities like Mexico Beach, Panama City, Blountstown and Bristol. FEMA made a major disaster declaration on October 7th, which means affected communities can get federal aid, including Hurricane Michael Disaster food stamps. If you have been impacted by the storm in Florida, Georgia, and Virginia and need food assistance, we will walk you through how to apply for disaster food stamps and get help quickly. If you […]

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Apply for Disaster Food Stamps in South Carolina

"Apply for Disaster Food Stamps in South Carolina"

Hurricane Florence has had a huge impact on South Carolina. There’s been flooding reported in many counties, including Georgetown. Many homes have sustained severe damages. South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster has estimated damage from the flood in his state at $1.2 billion. If you have been impacted by Hurricane Florence in South Carolina and need food assistance, we will walk you through the stop by step process of how to apply for disaster food stamps in South Carolina. Disaster Food Stamps in South Carolina Disaster food stamps, which is also called D-SNAP is a federal government program that is administered by […]

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