How to Get $1,937 in SNAP Benefits This July

By Elena Cordelia

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The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) helps low-income individuals and families in the U.S. buy nutritious food. For July 2024, eligible people can receive up to $1,937 in benefits. Let’s break down what you need to know about these benefits.

What is SNAP?

SNAP, also known as Food Stamps, helps improve the health of low-income people by giving them money to buy food. In July 2024, eligible people can get up to $1,937 to help them with their food needs.

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Eligibility for SNAP Benefits

To get the $1,937 SNAP benefits, you must meet these criteria:

  • Age: Between 18 and 52 years old (this will increase to 54 in October 2024).
  • Employment: You must be in a job program or work at least 80 hours per month.
  • Exceptions: Pregnant individuals, those in foster care, very poor people, or disabled are exempt from the work requirement.
  • Social Security Number: You must have a valid SSN.

How to Apply for SNAP Benefits

To apply for SNAP benefits, follow these steps:

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  1. Visit the SNAP Website: Go to SNAP Website.
  2. Log In: Enter your credentials to access the portal.
  3. Complete the Application: Fill in the required information and upload any necessary documents.
  4. Submit: After submitting your application, SNAP will review it.
  5. Receive EBT Card: If approved, you will receive an EBT card to use for purchasing groceries.

SNAP Benefits Schedule

SNAP benefits are given based on the last digits of your Social Security Number (SSN). Here’s the schedule for July 2024:

  • SSN Ending in 00-04: 1st of every month
  • SSN Ending in 05-09: 2nd of every month
  • SSN Ending in 10-14: 3rd of every month
  • SSN Ending in 15-19: 4th of every month
  • SSN Ending in 20-24: 5th of every month
  • SSN Ending in 25-29: 6th of every month
  • SSN Ending in 30-34: 7th of every month
  • SSN Ending in 35-39: 8th of every month
  • SSN Ending in 40-44: 9th of every month
  • SSN Ending in 45-49: 10th of every month
  • SSN Ending in 50-54: 11th of every month
  • SSN Ending in 55-59: 12th of every month
  • SSN Ending in 60-64: 13th of every month
  • SSN Ending in 65-69: 14th of every month
  • SSN Ending in 70-74: 15th of every month
  • SSN Ending in 75-79: 16th of every month
  • SSN Ending in 80-84: 17th of every month
  • SSN Ending in 85-89: 18th of every month
  • SSN Ending in 90-94: 19th of every month
  • SSN Ending in 95-99: 20th of every month

State-Specific Payment Dates

SNAP payments are made on specific dates depending on your state. Here are a few examples:

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  • Alabama: 4th to 23rd of July
  • Alaska: 1st of July
  • Arizona: 1st to 13th of July
  • Arkansas: 4th to 13th of July
  • California: 1st to 10th of July
  • Colorado: 1st to 10th of July
  • Connecticut: 1st to 3rd of July
  • Delaware: 2nd to 23rd of July
  • District of Columbia: 1st to 10th of July
  • Florida: 1st to 28th of July

The $1,937 SNAP benefits for July 2024 help eligible low-income individuals and families get the food they need. Make sure you know if you qualify and how to apply. Always check the official SNAP website for the latest information.

What is SNAP?

SNAP helps low-income people buy nutritious food.

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How do I apply for SNAP benefits?

Who is eligible for SNAP benefits?

People aged 18-52 (54 from October 2024) who meet work requirements or are exempt.

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When will I receive my SNAP benefits?

It depends on the last digits of your SSN. Check the schedule above.

How much can I get in SNAP benefits for July 2024?

Eligible people can receive up to $1,937.

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Elena Cordelia

Elena is a seasoned tax consultant with a decade of expertise in income tax management. Graduating with top honors in Finance, she embarked on a career journey focused on simplifying tax complexities. Elena's insightful articles on thecsc.org provide practical guidance to taxpayers.

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