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Indiana FSSA Benefits Portal Create Account

If you are looking for information on how to create an Indiana Benefits Portal Account on the website, we can help you. The Indiana FSSA Benefits Portal Create Account Guide in this post will walk you through the steps to get your account setup.

If you already have an FSSA Benefits Portal account and need help logging in, click here.

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This post will address the following:

  • Benefits of an FSSA Benefits Portal
  • How to Create an FSSA Benefits Portal Account
  • How to Login to Your New Account
  • Benefits FAQs

The Indiana FSSA Benefits Portal system is used by the Indiana Family and Social Services Administration (FSSA) to manage government assistance benefits.

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The FSSA Benefits Portal currently serves the following benefit programs:

  • The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP, formerly called Food Stamps)
  • Cash Assistance
  • Health Coverage

Benefits of an FSSA Benefits Portal

Once you set up an FSSA Benefits portal account, there are several actions you can complete pertaining to your government assistance benefits.

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You can use the FSSA Benefits portal account to:

  • Submit an application for Indiana food stamps
  • Printing an application summary
  • Check the status of your application
  • Receive proof of eligibility
  • Save your application and finish it later

How to Create an FSSA Benefits Portal Account

Here is the step-by-step process for creating an Indiana FSSA Benefits Portal account to help you apply for the benefits listed above or manage your benefits.

Step 1: Visit the FSSA Benefits Portal

Click here to be taken to the website to set up your account.

Once you are on the site, click on the “LOGIN/REGISTER” link at the to of the page as shown by the arrow below. 

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Step 2: Sign up for a New Account

A screen will pop-up like the one below. Click on the “Sign up for a new account” link as shown below.

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Step 3: Enter Personal Information Requested

Next, you will be taken to a page that looks like the one below. On that page, you will be asked to enter the following information to create your account:

  • First and Last Name
  • Date of Birth
  • Last 4 digits of SSN
  • Email Address
  • User ID
  • Cell Phone

Once you have entered the information requested, click “Next” to go to the next step of the process.

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Step 4: Set Password

Next, you will be required to set your password. There are requirements your password has to meet in order for it to be accepted.

The password you set has to have the following:

    • Must be 8-32 characters
    • Must include at least one upper case, one lower case, one special character and one number.
    • Allowable Special characters are: question mark (?), pound sign (#), at sign (@), underscore (_), equal sign (=), dollar sign ($), colon (: ), hyphen (-) or period (.)
    • Password is case sensitive

Once you set your password, you will be required to re-type it again to make sure they match.

If you are able to go through this process successfully and the password you entered meets the requirements and both match, then click on the “Next” button for the next step of the process.

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Step 5 – Select Secret Questions 

The next step in the process is to select five secret questions that will be used to help you retrieve your User ID or Password in the future, should you forget what they are.

Be sure you select questions and answers you are likely to remember.

After you have selected your questions, click the “Next” link to proceed.

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Step 6 – Accept User Agreement  

Next, click on the box under the “User Acceptance Agreement” to accept the User Agreement after you have reviewed it. Then click the “Next” link to proceed.

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Step 7 – Verify your Registration

Before you can finish the account creation process, you have to verify your email address.
The Indiana FSSA is going to send you an email to the email address you provided with a code. 
Log into your email account, retrieve the code and type it in the “Verification Code” field, as shown below.

If you do not receive the email, click on the blue, highlighted “click here” link, as shown below have them resend you a new code.

Once you have successfully entered the code, click “Next” to finish the account creation process.

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Step 8 – Account Created

Congratulations, you have successfully created your FSSA Benefits Portal Account. See below for how to log in. 

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As a confirmation for successfully creating your account, you will receive the email below from the FSSA.

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You are now ready to login to your account.

To do that, visit the FSSA Benefits Portal website. Click here to be taken there.

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Once there, click on the “LOGIN/REGISTER” link at the top of the page.

Next, you will be taken to the login page as shown below.

Enter your User ID and Password in the spaces provided and click the “Log In” link as shown below.

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If you entered the correct User ID and password, you will be taken to your Benefits Portal, as shown in the image below.

There, you can do the following:

  • Apply for Benefits (Food stamps or Cash Assistance)
  • Apply for Health Coverage
  • Use the screening tool to see if you are eligible for benefits
  • Print or mail an application
  • Manage your account

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FSSA Benefits Portal Phone Number

For help with your Oklahoma DHS Live account, you can also call the Indiana Division of Family Resources Home (DFR) Customer Service Center at 800-403-0864 or visit your nearest DFR office location.

Please contact customer service with problems using the FSSA Benefits Portal website, including issues creating or logging in your account.

A customer service representative is available and ready to help you.

For additional help with your FSSA Benefits Portal account, check out our frequently asked questions below.

Indiana Food Stamps FAQ

Here are the most frequently asked questions about SNAP/Food stamps benefits in Indiana.

How can I get additional help creating FSSA Benefits Portal Account?

The video below from FSSA does an excellent job of walking you through the FSSA Benefits Portal system. We recommend you watch it for more tips.

Do I Qualify for Food Stamps?

To qualify for SNAP, applicants must meet both the financial and non-financial food stamps eligibility requirements.

Non-financial requirements include state residency, citizenship/alien status, work registration and cooperation with the IMPACT (job training) program.

Financial criteria include income and asset limits. For more on food stamps income and asset limits, click here.

What is the Income Limit for Indiana Food Stamps?

To be approved for SNAP benefits in Indiana, you have to meet two income limits: gross income and net income.

Gross income is your total income, before taxes or any deductions.

Net income is determined by subtracting certain allowable deductions from the gross income.

Below is the Indian food stamps income limit table.

Household Size Gross monthly income
(130 percent of poverty)
Net monthly income
(100 percent of poverty)
1 $1,354 $1,041
2 $1,832 $1,410
3 $2,311 $1,778
4 $2,790 $2,146
5 $3,269 $2,515
6 $3,748 $2,883
7 $4,227 $3,251
8 $4,705 $3,620
Each additional member ➕ $479 ➕ $369

Households with members who are elderly or disabled, as well as households that pass the gross income test, must also pass a net test to qualify.

Elderly households are those which contain members age 60 or older.

Disabled members are those who receive disability payments, such as Supplemental Security Income (SSI), veteran’s disability, or Medicaid as a blind or disabled individual.

Indiana FSSA Benefits Portal Create Account Summary

We hope this article has been helpful in creating your Indiana FSSA Benefits Portal Account.

If you have any issues or need further assistance setting up your account, you can ask us in the comments section below.

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