Mississippi SNAP provides monthly benefits that help low income households buy the food they need for for sound nutrition and well-balanced diet. It is designed primarily to help those who need food assistance most .
SNAP helps eligible Missourians, children and families, who may be working but are still struggling financially, to buy food and provide nutritional meals for themselves.
Montana SNAP (formerly Montana Food Stamps) helps low-income people and families in Montana with cash assistance to buy the food they need for a nutritionally adequate diet.
SNAP helps low-income people buy food. While it isn’t necessary to be receiving other public assistance in order to be eligible, Nebraskans don’t receive SNAP automatically — they must apply and be found eligible.
SNAP helps low-income Nevada families with cash assistance to buy the food they need for a nutritionally adequate diet. Eligibility is based on income, household size, assets and some household expenses.
NH’s Food Stamp Program — officially called SNAP, provides eligible individuals and households with monthly benefits used to purchase food items at grocery stores, supermarkets or other participating food retailers
New Jersey SNAP — formerly Food Stamps, enables eligible low-income individuals and families to receive cash benefits to help pay for food. Most families with gross income up to 185% of the federal poverty level may apply.
SNAP, previously called “food stamps”, helps low-income families in New Mexico to afford healthy foods. The amount of monthly SNAP benefits vary depending on size of the family, income, and expenses.
NY SNAP provides food support to lower income New Yorkers including working families, the elderly and the disabled to feed their families. Eligibility and benefit levels are based on household size and family’s income.
North Carolina’s Food and Nutrition Services (FNS) is an entitlement program that helps eligible North Carolinians purchase the food they need for a nutritionally adequate and well-balanced diet.
SNAP helps low-income people and families in North Dakota with cash assistance to buy the food they need for a nutritionally adequate diet. In North Dakota, the average household with children may receive up to $402 a month.
Nutrition Assistance for Puerto Rico (NAP) — which is Puerto Rico’s version of SNAP, aka food stamps, is a social safety net program intended to provide food benefits to Puerto Rico’s neediest residents.