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Alabama Food Stamp Office

 When you need basic information on food assistance programs or have specific questions about how to file a Food Stamps application in the state of Alabama, you must contact the Alabama Food Stamp Office. Fortunately, there are a number of ways that you can do so.

Contact Alabama Food Stamp Office by Phone

The simplest way to get in touch with the Alabama Food Stamp Office is to call the Department of Human Resources directly. Call 334-242-1310, and you will be directed to a representative who will help answer all of the questions you have regarding all of the following:

·        The different ways to apply for food stamps benefits

·        When to apply for food stamps

·        Where to apply for food stamps

·        How to fill out an AL Food Stamps application

Additionally, questions, comments and concerns about food stamps enrollment can be sent to the Alabama Department of Natural Resources by sending a fax to: 334 353-1115.

Contact Alabama Food Stamp Office by Mail

In the event you have a question concerning information that you found on the Alabama Department of Human Resources website, you must contact the state’s Center for Communications. This should also be your course of action when you have any matters related to Public Relations. The recommended way to get in touch with the HR department is by sending inquiries to the following mailing address:

Center for Communications
Gordon Persons Building, Suite 2104
50 North Ripley Street
Montgomery, AL 36130

Contact Alabama Food Stamp Office by Email

For a more convenient way to get in touch with the Alabama Food Stamp Office about any comments, questions or concerns is to speak to the Public Information Officer directly. To do so, simply send an email to barry.spear@dhr.alabama.gov.

Other DHR Services in Alabama

In addition to helping Alabama residents obtain food assistance, the Department of Natural Resources, which houses the Alabama Food Stamp Office, also helps citizens by providing the following services:

·        Adoption Services

·        Adult Protective Services

·        Child Care Services

·        Child Protective Services

·        Child Support Services

·        DHR Help Line

·        Family Assistance Services

·        Foster Care Services       

·        Employment Services

·        Opportunities

·        Technical Issues