Food Stamps in Arkansas

The Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program, SNAP, formerly called the Arkansas Food Stamp Program, supplies food help to qualifying households to assist with part of their household food budget. Benefits are handed out via an EBT, Electronic Benefits Transfer card. The food assistance program supplies recipients with nutritional information, jobs and training, and sometimes work experience.

Arkansas Food Stamp Program Qualifications

-You must be a resident of the state of Arkansas
-You must reveal your income and fall into one of two groups:
-Your current bank balance, checking and savings together, must be no more than $2,001, or,
-your bank balance must be under $3,001 with a household shared with a person or persons aged 60 and over, or, with an individual with a disability such as a child, spouse, parent, or yourself.

You may also apply online. If you do not have a computer, your nearest public library will have computers you can use for free. The application is also available for printing online. In addition, you can also call the DHS, Department of Human Services, in your county and request a paper application.