SNAP provides Wyoming’s low-income families with cash benefits to help pay for food, offering crucial support as they move from welfare to work.
Benefits may vary depending on a variety of factors, including the household’s size and income. For example, a single mother of two with no income may receive up to $413 a month in Wyoming.
What is the income limit for food stamps in Wyoming? #
In order to qualify for Wyoming SNAP, you must meet the following eligibility requirements:
- Live in Wyoming
- Be a US Citizen or a lawful permanent resident
- Show proof of identity
- Meet certain income guidelines
- Have less than $2,250 in resources
As a condition of eligibility, all SNAP recipients in Wyoming ages 16—59 who aren’t exempt are required to work at least 30 hours per week to receive SNAP benefits.
ABAWDs must comply with special work rules or they will be subject to a three-month time limit on SNAP receipt.
How do I apply for food stamps in Wyoming? #
Application for SNAP must be made in person at the local DFS field office in your community. If applicable, an interview will be arranged to determine your eligibility.
If you need assistance on how to apply, please call
SNAP Program Manager