To apply for benefits contact this office during office hours as posted.
Eligbility For SNAP
Your household must meet certain requirements to be eligible for SNAP and receive benefits. If your State agency determines that you are eligible to receive SNAP benefits, you will receive benefits back to the date you submitted your application. Visit the Pre screening tool to see if you qualify: https://www.snap-step1.usda.gov/fns/
What Happens After You Apply
In most cases it takes 30 day to processs your application. But.. during the 30 days you must complete an eligibility interview and give proof (verification) of the information you provided. The interview is typically completed over the telephone or in-person. If you are found eligible, you will receive benefits based on the date you submitted your application.
How Long Can I Receive SNAP For?
If you are found eligible, you will receive a notice that tells you how long you will receive SNAP benefits for; this is called your certification period. Before your certification period ends, you will receive another notice that says you must recertify to continue receiving benefits. Your local SNAP office will provide you with information about how to recertify.
SNAP Work Requirements
People must meet work requirements to be eligible for SNAP. These work requirements include:
Registering for work;
Not voluntarily quitting a job or reducing hours;
Taking a job if offered; and
Participating in employment and training programs, if assigned by the State.
Failure to comply with these requirements can result in disqualification from the Program.
In addition, able bodied adults without dependents are required to work or participate in a work program for at least 20 hours per week in order to receive SNAP benefits for more than 3 months in a 36-month period.
Some special groups may not be subject to these requirements including:
Pregnant women; and
People who are exempt for physical or mental health reasons.
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Itawamba County Dhs Office Fulton
Financial Help Provided:DHS Economic Assistance, TANF, SNAP Food Stamps, LIHEAP
Full Description:Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF)
Paper applications can be filed at any local MDHS office by mail, fax or in person. If you have difficulty completing the application, someone will assist you at the local office. It is important to look at all application paperwork as adult applicants often have job search criteria to meet before their TANF application is approved.
If approved, TANF cash assistance generally begins on the first day following the month application is date-stamped as received in the county office. The application process can take up to 30 days.
WHO CAN RECEIVE TANF?
Families must meet both financial and non-financial requirements established in state law. In general, families must include a child under age 18 and be residents of Mississippi. Children under age 7 must comply with TANF immunization requirements, and children ages 6 to 17 must attend school and have satisfactory attendance, and parents or caretakers must participate in school conferences. Children age 18 that are included in the Assistance Unit (AU) because they are in school full-time, must have satisfactory school attendance.
Mississippi provides assistance for 60 months. The maximum allowed by Federal law. States may extend assistance beyond 60 months to up to 20 percent of their caseload provided for hardship.
To apply for TANF you must submit a TANF application (English, Spanish, or Vietnamese) to the county Department of Human Services (DHS) office in the county where you live. The application is available online or you may request an application by phone, in person, by fax, or by mail from the county DHS office.
Upon receipt of your application, a face-to-face interview or telephonic interview will be scheduled to determine your family's eligibility. You will be notified of your appointment date and time and the documents that must be provided for the interview.
When the TANF interview is completed, a worker will conduct an investigation to see whether the family is eligible according to all TANF eligibility factors. A notice will be provided to the parent or caretaker relative within 30 days telling whether the family is approved for TANF benefits, the amount, start date, etc.
SNAP Food Stamps
Provides monthly benefits that help low income households buy the food they need for good health. SNAP is a federal program administered on the local level by the Mississippi Department of Human Services. Nationally, SNAP is the largest program in the domestic hunger safety net. SNAP is meant to be a supplement to one's income to help ensure nutritional needs are met. Mississippi residents who face food insecurity are urged to apply for the program. Help is available for those struggling to put food on the table.
Applications for SNAP benefits are available online or you may request an application by phone, in person, by fax, or by mail from your county office.
Complete as much of your application as you can. Your name, address, and signature are necessary on the application for it to be accepted on the same day it is turned in, even if there is no interview on that day. Only one adult household member or authorized representative may sign the application for SNAP benefits under penalty of perjury.
When your application has been turned in, the local county office will set up an interview to review your application.
At the time of your interview, bring verification of your income and expenses. If you cannot get all the information together by your interview date, come for the interview because you will have additional time to provide this information. If you need assistance in obtaining this information, please discuss this with your caseworker at the time of the interview. The following are examples of what to bring:
Proof of identity (driver's license, etc.)
Social Security Numbers for all household members.
If employed, proof of income (wage stubs, earning statements, etc.) for the four weeks prior to your interview or last filed tax return if self-employed.
Proof of residency (utility bills, rent/mortgage payments, lot rent, taxes)
This important resource provides financial assistance to eligible households to help pay the cost of home energy bills and other energy related services. Households may qualify for regular LIHEAP assistance and/or the Energy Crisis (emergency) Intervention Program (ECIP) for natural gas, wood, electricity, liquid petroleum propane/butane gas and other energy related services. Who is eligible for LIHEAP?
Individuals must be within 60 percent of the State Median Income at the time of the submission of their application.
How do I apply for LIHEAP?
Individuals who have never received services may apply through the Virtual ROMA website at https://virtualroma.mdhs.ms.gov. This site is available nationwide but services and funds are for residents of Mississippi only.
Applicants must be at least 18 years of age or an emancipated minor. Individuals without access to a computer may call the Community Action Agency (CAA) or Human Resource Agency (HRA) in their area. Refer to the agency directory for agency contact information and service locations.
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Using The Itawamba County DHS Office Food Stamps Office in Mississippi
The Itawamba County DHS Office Food Stamps Office in Fulton, Mississippi is where you need to go to speak with program representatives. In fact, you can visit this facility no matter where you are in the enrollment process. Regardless of whether you are a first-time or renewal Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) applicant, a representative at this office can assist you.
At this Fulton food stamps office, Food Assistance Program representatives can help you manage your SNAP benefits. If you live nearby, you may need to come to this facility to submit your application or complete an interview. In any case, it is important that you know how to contact the Itawamba County DHS Office Food Stamps Office in Mississippi workers if you have any questions.
How to Contact the Fulton Food Stamps Office in Mississippi
There are various ways you can contact the SNAP office in Fulton, Mississippi. To speak with a representative by phone, call 662-862-9781. If you want to visit this facility in person, you can find it at:
Itawamba County DHS Office Food Stamps Office
305 West Cedar Street
Fulton, Mississippi, 38843
Itawamba County Dhs Office Information
Below is a link to more information about the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) administered by the USDA. This program is run by each state and each has their own different process for distributing this assistance. Please visit your official state website to apply and find more information.
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The food stamp program is known as the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) and is administered by the USDA. The food assistance program is distributed by each state offices like Itawamba County Dhs Office to help those with low or no-income apply for these benefits. Each state requires an application and usually conducts an interview to verify that those meet the food assistance programs requirments. Many states offer the ability to apply for their state's benefits via online or in-person at a local office. This site is not endorsed or affiliated with the USDA or the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP). For informational purposes only to help those that find information about this program. We strive to keep the most up-to-date information about this program and update any information that may change. If there is any information that may be outdated, please feel free to let us know by clicking the "Report inaccurate information here" link above.
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Itawamba County Department of Human Services Food Stamp Office
Popularity:#37 of 71 Food Stamp Offices in Mississippi#711 in Food Stamp Offices
Itawamba County Department of Human Services Food Stamp Office Contact Information
Address and Phone Number for Itawamba County Department of Human Services Food Stamp Office, a Food Stamp Office, at West Cedar Street, Fulton MS.
- Itawamba County Department of Human Services Food Stamp Office
- 305 West Cedar Street
Fulton, Mississippi, 38843
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About the Itawamba County Department of Human Services Food Stamp Office
The Itawamba County Department of Human Services Food Stamp Office, located in Fulton, MS, administers the federal Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) for Fulton residents. Often called "food stamps," SNAP benefits provide nutrition assistance for income-eligible households. The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) oversees the SNAP program, and SNAP Offices distribute benefits to Fulton residents. The program reduces food insecurity and poverty by providing supplemental nutrition assistance for low-income households.You may contact Food Stamp Offices for questions about:
- Fulton food stamp eligibility
- Applying for food stamps and SNAP food benefit
- Calculating SNAP benefits
- Finding stores that accept SNAP, EBT cards, and food stamps
- EBT cards and account balances
- Problems with SNAP benefits
Itawamba County Food Stamp Program Statistics
Find Itawamba County Household Food Stamps Coverage, Households Below Poverty Line Food Stamp Coverage, and Households At or Above Poverty Line Food Stamp Coverage. Data Source: U.S. Census Bureau; American Community Survey, 2018 ACS 5-Year Estimates.
|Receiving Food Stamps||982 (11.3%)||182,088 (16.5%)|
|Not Receiving Food Stamps||7,724 (88.7%)||923,488 (83.5%)|
|Households Below Poverty Line||1,510 (17.3%)||222,287 (20.1%)|
|Receiving Food Stamps||554 (56.4%)||106,523 (58.5%)|
|Not Receiving Food Stamps||956 (12.4%)||115,764 (12.5%)|
|Households At or Above Poverty Line||7,196 (82.7%)||883,289 (79.9%)|
|Receiving Food Stamps||428 (43.6%)||75,565 (41.5%)|
|Not Receiving Food Stamps||6,768 (87.6%)||807,724 (87.5%)|
Food Stamp Offices near Fulton
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