My Access Florida Account Login

If you are trying to login to My ACCESS Florida Account, we can help. In the article below, you will find the login information for your ACCESS account. If you do not have an account and need help creating one, continue reading – there is detailed, step by step instructions to help you set up your account. You can use the My ACCESS site to apply for Florida Food Assistance Program (Food Stamps/SNAP), Medical Assistance, and Temporary cash assistance for families with children (TANF).

In this post, we will address the following:

  • How to login to My ACCESS Florida Account
  • How to Reset My ACCESS Account User ID and Password
  • How to Create an My ACCESS Florida Account

How to login to My ACCESS Florida Account

The Florida ACCESS (Automated Community Connection to Economic Self Sufficiency) system is used by the Department of Children and Families to connect people with the public assistance programs that are managed by the department. This includes Food Stamps, Temporary Cash Assistance, and Medicaid Program. If you currently have an My ACCESS account, you can view your benefits information online 24 hours a day, seven days per week. To login to your account, click here or follow the instructions below:

My ACCESS Login

When you visit the myACCESS website, you will be taken to a page like the one below. Enter your User ID and Password as shown by the arrows below. Click here to be taken to the ACCESS page.

"My Access Florida Account Login"

How to Reset My ACCESS Account User ID and Password

If you do not remember your User ID or Password, see below:

MyACCESS User ID Recovery

If you have forgotten your myACCESS User ID or Password, we can help. To retrieve your User ID, the first step is to visit the login page and click on the “Forgot Your User ID?” link. You will then be taken to a page where you will be required to enter the following information to retrieve your User ID as shown in the image below:

  • First Name
  • Last Name
  • Date of Birth
  • Case Number
  • Zip Code (the zip code at the address where you live)
  • Payee First Name (If applicable)
  • Payee Last Name (If applicable)
  • Payee Date of Birth (If applicable)

If you do not have any of the above information ready, you will not be able to retrieve your User ID. If you need further help, you should call the My ACCESS customer service number at 1-866-762-2237. Customer Service Agents are available 8 am to 5 pm Monday-Friday.

"Access Florida Account Reset Username and password"

MyACCESS Password Reset

If you have forgotten your myACCESS Password, we can help. The first step to retrieving your password is to visit the login page and click on the “Forgot Your Password?” link. You will then be taken to a page where you will be required to enter your User ID to retrieve your Password as shown in the image below. If you still need further assistance, then you should call the My ACCESS customer service number at 1-866-762-2237. Customer Service Agents are available 8 am to 5 pm Monday-Friday.

"My Access Florida Account password reset"

Create My ACCESS Florida Account 

There are two ways to create an My ACCESS Florida account. It depends on whether you already have a case number or not. If you have submitted an application for benefits (Food Stamps/SNAP, TANF, Medicaid or Medical Assistance) and have been given a case number but you do not have ACCESS account, here is how to create one. If you have not yet applied for benefits and do not have a case number, see below for how to create your ACCESS account. 

Step 1

The first step to create an ACCESS account is to gather all the information you will be required to enter online to create your account. Here is the list of information:

  • Name
  • Date of Birth
  • Email Address
  • Case Number (You can find your Case Number by looking at the top of any letter you have gotten from your worker).
  • Zip code of the address where you live

Step 2

Click here to be taken to the website to set up your account. You will be required to enter the information listed above as shown in the images below. 

"My ACCESS Florida Create New Account"

"How to Create a My ACCESS Florida Account"

After you have provided the required information, click on the “Next” bottom to complete your ACCESS account setup process.

How to Create an My ACCESS Florida Account (if you do NOT have a Case Number)

If you have not yet applied for benefits (Food Stamps, TANF, or Medical Assistance), you can create an ACCESS account and use that to apply for benefits online. There are several advantages to creating an ACCESS account. You can use it to:

  • Start your application
  • Save your application
  • Come back to your application later
  • Check on the status of your application after you submit your application
  • View your account status and benefit information
  • Request additional assistance
  • Report changes
  • Submit a review to continue to receive benefits

Here is how to create your access account.

Step 1

Click on this link to be taken to the page to start the process. On that page select the “Start a new application for Food Assistance (SNAP), Medical Assistance and/or Cash Assistance” button as shown below:

"How to Create a My ACCESS Florida Account"

On this next page, click on “Create an account” link as shown in the image below:

"Create Florida MyACCESS account No case number"

Step 2

Next, you will be taken the page below where you will be required to enter your name, enter a User ID and password for your account, and select security questions.

"Create Florida MyACCESS account with No case number"

Once you complete that information, click “next” to complete the process. You will be taken to a confirmation page that looks like the one below, with your User ID information. 

"Create a My ACCESS Florida Account - no case number"

If you experience any issues or have questions about any of the information requested, you can call the My ACCESS customer service number at 1-866-762-2237. Customer Service Agents are available 8 am to 5 pm Monday-Friday.

If you have any questions about this article or Florida benefits application process in general, please ask us in the comments section below. If you experience any issues login into ACCESS, we would like to know. We want to provide the best experience for our users and appreciate any feedback you can give us about your overall experience with Florida ACCESS system.  

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