Texans recovering from Hurricane Harvey is eligible for disaster food benefits through Disaster SNAP, or D-SNAP in short.1
The Disaster Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program provides short-term food benefits for eligible families recovering from a disaster in 39 eligible counties.
D-SNAP eligible households in the affected areas will receive two months of benefits, equaling up to two months of SNAP benefits, depending on the size of your household.
Under D-SNAP, a four-person household can receive up to $649 to meet their food needs as they settle back home following the disaster.
No applications will be taken online. D-SNAP applications will be accepted for a limited amount of time in each county.
Information about D-SNAP, including office closures and other adjustments to the program, are available by dialing 2-1-1 or
Texas SNAP Information Hotline
- USDA and THHSC Announce Approval of D-SNAP for Texas Disaster Areas