When Will I Get Food Stamps?! (2019 Food Stamps Schedule)

(Last Updated On: May 16, 2019)

With all of the chaos in the 2019 food stamps schedule, many people are wondering “When will I get my food stamps?!” We know you rely on these benefits, so we have the answer!

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2019 Food Stamps Schedule for All States

We have researched the food stamps distribution dates for all 50 states and incorporated them into one convenient list.  Just scroll until you find your state name!

Alabama

All Alabama households are on a staggered food stamps schedule. Funds are distributed between the 4th and 23rd of each month, depending on the last two digits of your case number.

There are special provisions for residents of drug and alcohol treatment centers. In those cases, half of the monthly amount is deposited on the 4th of the month and the rest is deposited on the 16th.

The dates are as follows:

  • If the last two digits are 00-04, the disbursement date is the 4th.
  • 05-09 =  5th
  • 10-14 = 6th
  • 15-19 = 7th
  • 20-24 = 8th
  • 25-29 = 9th
  • 30-34 = 10th
  • 35-39 = 11th
  • 40-44 = 12th
  • 45-49 = 13th
  • 50-54 = 14th
  • 55-59 = 15th
  • 60-64 = 16th
  • 65-69 = 17th
  • 70-74 = 18th
  • 75-79 = 19th
  • 80 – 84 = 20th
  • 85-89 = 21st
  • 90-94 = 22nd
  • 95-99 = 23rd

Alaska

The state of Alaska distributes all  food stamps on the first of the month.

Arizona

There are 13 days in Arizona’s staggered disbursement calendar. If you’re an Arizona resident wondering “When will I get my food stamps?” the answer depends on the first letter of your last name.

  • If the first letter of the last name is A or B, the disbursement date is the first.
  • C & D = 2nd
  • E & F = 3rd
  • G & H = 4th
  • I & J = 5th
  • K & L = 6th
  • M & N = 7th
  • O & P = 8th
  • Q & R = 9th
  • S & T = 10th
  • U & V = 11th
  • W & X = 12th
  • Y & X = 13th

Arkansas

Food stamps in Arkansas are disbursed over an eight day period, between the 4th and 13th of the month. It’s base don the last digit of your Social Security number.

  • If the last digit of your SSN is 0 or 1, you’ll get your food stamps on the 4th.
  • 2 or 3 = 5th
  • 4 = 8th
  • 5 = 9th
  • 6 = 10th
  • 7 = 11th
  • 8 = 12th
  • 9 = 13th

California

The disbursement schedule in California is based on the last digit of your case number. The last digit of your case number is the date that you’ll receive benefits. If your case number ends in 1, you’ll get food stamps on the first… and so on. If your case number ends in 0, you’ll receive food stamps on the 10th.

Colorado 

Households in Colorado will receive their food stamps based on the last digit of the recipient’s Social Security Number. The last digit of your SSN is the date you’ll receive benefits. If the last digit of your SSN ends in 1, you’ll get your food stamps on the 1st (and so on). You’ll get them on the 10th if the last digit is 0.

Similarly, cash benefits are paid based on the last digit of the recipient’s social security number. If the last digit is 1, 2, or 3, you’ll get benefits on the 3rd. If it’s 4, 5, or 6, you’ll get them on the 2nd. Otherwise, you’ll get them on the first.

Connecticut

Connecticut food stamps are disbursed between the first and third, depending on the first letter of the client’s last name.

If your last name starts with A-5, benefits will be available on the 1st. If it’s G-N, you’ll get them on the 2nd. For O-Z, you’ll get them on the third.

Delaware

Delaware benefits are available between the 2nd and 28th of each month, depending on the first letter of your last name.

  • If your last name starts with A, you’ll receive food stamps on the 2nd.
  • B = 4th
  • C= 6th
  • D = 8th
  • E, F, G = 10th
  • H = 12th
  • I, J = 14th
  • K, L = 16th
  • M = 18th
  • N, O, P = 20th
  • Q, R = 22nd
  • S = 24th
  • T, U, V = 26th
  • W, X, Y and Z = 28th

District of Columbia (DC)

The District of Columbia has a staggered food stamps schedule between the 1st and 10th of each month based on the first letter of your last name.

  • If your last name starts with A or B, you’ll get your food stamps on the 1st.
  • C = 2nd
  • D, E, F = 3rd
  • G, H = 4th
  • I, J, K = 5th
  • L, M= 6th
  • N, O, P, Q = 7th
  • R, S = 8th
  • T, U, V = 9th
  • W, X, Y or Z = 10th

Florida

It’s a little more complicated in Florida. In order to find out your disbursement date, you’ll need to look at your case number. Drop the 10th digit and read the 9th and 8th digits (in that order). That’s the number your disbursement date is based on.

  • If the 9th and 8th digit of your case number is 00-03, you will receive your food stamps on the 1st.
  • 04-06 = 2nd
  • 07-10 = 3rd
  • 11-13 = 4th
  • 14-17 = 5th
  • 18-20 = 6th
  • 21-24 = 7th
  • 25-27 = 8th
  • 28-31 = 9th
  • 32-34 = 10th
  • 35-38 = 11th
  • 39-41 = 12th
  • 42-45 = 13th
  • 46-48 = 14th
  • 49-53 = 15th
  • 54-57 = 16th
  • 58-60 = 17th
  • 61-64 = 18th
  • 65-67 = 19th
  • 68-71 = 20th
  • 72-74= 21st
  • 75-78 = 22nd
  • 79-81 = 23rd
  • 82-85 = 24th
  • 86-88 = 25th
  • 89-92 = 26th
  • 93-95 = 27th
  • 96-99 = 28th

Georgia

Food stamps are divided between the 5th and 23rd of the month. It’s based on the last two digits of the client ID number.

  • If your client ID number ends in 00-09, you’ll receive food stamps on the 5th of the month.
  • 10-19 = 7th
  • 20-29 = 9th
  • 30-39 = 11th
  • 40-49 = 13th
  • 50-59 = 15th
  • 60-69 = 17th
  • 70-79 = 19th
  • 80-89 = 21st
  • 90-99 = 23rd

Guam

In Guam, you’ll receive your food stamps on the first of each month.

Hawaii

Hawaii staggers their food stamps disbursements between March 3 and 5. It’s based on the first letter of the client’s last name.

If the first letter of your last name is A-I, your benefits will be disbursed on the 3rd.  If your last name starts with J – Z, you’ll get them on the 5th.

Idaho

In Idaho, food stamps are disbursed over a 10 day period based on the last digit of your birth year. If you’re wondering “When will I get my food stamps in Idaho?” just check the last digit of your birth year. If it’s 1, you’ll get them on the 1st. They will be paid on the 2nd if the last digit is a 2. If it’s 0, you’ll get them on the 10th.

Illinois

The Illinois disbursement schedule is a little crazy. We requested additional information from the Illinois government because the only description we could find was this:

“Benefits are made available on the 1st, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 13th, 17th and 20th of every month, based on a combination of the type of case and the case name.”

However, I received an email from Terri Vaniter at the Illinois DHS Bureau of Policy today (5/16/2019) with the following details:

“SNAP cases approved on or after 10/24/2017 are assigned a Regular Availability Date based on the last digit of the Head of Household’s Individual I.D. If the ID ends in 1, the availability date is the 1st. If the end ends in 2, the availability date is the 2nd. If the ID ends with 0, the availability date is the 10th, etc.”

However, cases that were opened before October 24, 2017, are still on the more complicated schedule. This is the schedule for cases opened before that date:

  • Medical cases for Aged, Blind and Disabled with SNAP – 1st
  • Medical cases for parents and children with SNAP (Last Name A-F) – 13th
  • Medical cases for parents and children with SNAP (Last Name G-N) – 17th
  • Medical cases for parents and children with SNAP (Last Name O-Z) – 20th
  • SNAP Only (A-Ch) – 3rd
  • SNAP Only (CI-HI) – 5th
  • SNAP Only (HJ-PL) – 6th
  • SNAP Only (PM-Z) – 9th
  • Cash/Medical/SNAP for Aged, Blind and Disabled – 8th

I think we can all be grateful that Illinois simplified their system in 2017, right?

Indiana

In Indiana, the food stamps schedule occurs between the 5th and 23rd of each month, based on the first letter of your last name. Cash benefits are paid on the first of each month.

  • If the first letter of your last name is A or B, then you’ll receive food stamps on the 5th.
  • C & D = 7th
  • E, F, G = 9th
  • H, I = 11th
  • J, K, L = 13th
  • M, N = 15th
  • O, P, Q, R = 17th
  • S = 19th
  • T, U, V = 21st
  • W, X, Y, Z = 23rd

Iowa

Food stamps are paid in Iowa during the first 10 days of the month, based on the first letter of your last name.

  • If the first letter of your last name is A or B, then you’ll receive food stamps on the 1st.
  • C, D = 2nd
  • E, F, G = 3rd
  • H, I = 4th
  • J, K, L = 5th
  • M, N, O = 6th
  • P, Q, R = 7th
  • S = 8th
  • T, U, V = 9th
  • W, X, Y, Z = 10th

Kansas

Kansas food stamps are disbursed over the first 10 days of the month, based on the first letter of the client’s last name. However, cash benefits are paid on the first.

  • If the first letter of your last name is A or B, then you’ll get your food stamps on the 1st.
  • C or D = 2nd
  • E-G = 3rd
  • H-J = 4th
  • K or L = 5th
  • M = 6th
  • N-R = 7th
  • S= 8th
  • T-V = 9th
  • W-Z = 10th

Kentucky

The staggered disbursement dates in Kentucky rely on the last digit of your case number.

  • If your case number ends in 0, benefits are paid on the 1st.
  • 1 = 3rd
  • 2 = 5th
  • 3 = 7th
  • 4 = 9th
  • 5 = 11th
  • 6 = 13th
  • 7 = 15th
  • 8 = 17th
  • 9 = 19th

Louisiana

Households in Louisiana receive their food stamps between the 1st and 14th of each month. The date you receive food stamps will depend on your Social Security Number, age and disability status.

Elderly and disabled households in Louisiana always receive their food stamps between the 1st and 4th of each month.

Everyone else receives their food stamps on a certain date, according to the last digit of their Social Security Number.

  • If your Social Security number ends in 0, then you’ll receive food stamps on the 5th.
  • 1 = 6th
  • 2 = 7th
  • 3 = 8th
  • 4 = 9th
  • 5 = 10th
  • 6 = 11th
  • 7 = 12th
  • 8 = 13th
  • 9 = 14th

Maine

In Maine, the staggered schedule is based on the last digit of the recipients birth day. For example, someone born on April 16, 1985, would use the number 6 to determine when they will receive their food stamps. It’s the same for someone born on the 6th or 26th of the month, as well.

  • If your birth day ends in 0 or 9, then you will receive food stamps on the 10th of each month.
  • 1 or 8 = 11th
  • 2 or 3 = 12th
  • 4 or 7 = 13th
  • 5 or 6 = 14th

Maryland

In Maryland, food stamps are distributed based on the first three letters of your last name.

  • For last names starting with AAA through BAO, food stamps will be paid on the 4th of the month.
  • BAP – BQZ = 5th
  • BRA – CAQ = 6th
  • COR – DIZ = 8th
  • DJA – FIS = 9th
  • FIT – GON = 10th
  • GOO – HAX = 11th
  • HAY – JAB = 12th
  • JAC – KIM = 13th
  • KIN – LOX = 14th
  • LOY – MCO = 15th
  • MCP – NEF = 16th
  • NEG – PGZ = 17th
  • PHA – RIC = 18th
  • RID – SDZ = 19th
  • SEA – STC = 20th
  • STD – TRA = 21st
  • TRB – WES = 22nd
  • WET – ZZZ = 23rd

Massachusetts

The food stamps schedule in Massachusetts is based on the last digit of the recipient’s Social Security Number.

  • If the SSN ends in 0, then you’ll get food stamps on the 1st.
  • 1 = 2nd
  • 2 = 4th
  • 3 = 5th
  • 4 = 7th
  • 5 = 8th
  • 6 = 10th
  • 7 = 11th
  • 8 = 13th
  • 9 = 14th

Michigan

The food stamps schedule in Michigan is based on the last digit of your ID number.

  • If your ID number ends in 0, then you’ll get food stamps on the 3rd of the month.
  • 1 = 5th
  • 2 = 7th
  • 3 = 9th
  • 4 = 11th
  • 5 = 13th
  • 6 = 15th
  • 7 = 17th
  • 8 = 19th
  • 9 = 21st

Minnesota

The Minnesota food stamps schedule is based on the last digit of your client case number, so you may need to contact your local office for that information.

  • If your case number ends in 4, then your benefits will be available on the 4th of the month.
  • 5 = 5th
  • 6 = 6th
  • 7 = 7th
  • 8 =8th
  • 9 = 9th
  • 0 =10th
  • 1 = 11th
  • 2 = 12th
  • 3 = 13th

Mississippi

In Mississippi, food stamps are disbursed according to the last two digits of the client’s case number. You may need to contact the office for your case number.

  • If your case number ends in 00-04, then you will receive food stamps on the 4th.
  • 05-10 = 5th
  • 11-16 = 6th
  • 17-22 = 7th
  • 23-28 = 8th
  • 29-34 = 9th
  • 35-40 = 10th
  • 41-46 = 11th
  • 47-52 = 12th
  • 53-58 = 13th
  • 59-64 = 14th
  • 65-69 = 15th
  • 70-74 = 16th
  • 75-79 = 17th
  • 80-84 = 18th
  • 85-89 = 19th
  • 90-94 = 20th
  • 95-99 = 21st

Missouri

The Missouri food stamps schedule is a little more complicated than most other states. It’s based on the client’s birth month and last name.

  • If you were born in January and your last name starts with A-K, then your benefits will be available on the first.
  • January, L-Z = 2nd
  • February, A-K = 3rd
  • February, L-Z = 4th
  • March, A-K = 5th
  • March, L-Z = 6th
  • April, A-Z= 7th
  • May, A-K = 8th
  • May, L-Z = 9th
  • June, A-K = 10th
  • June, L-Z = 11th
  • July, A-K = 12th
  • July, L-Z = 13th
  • August, A-K = 14th
  • August, L-Z = 15th
  • September, A-K = 16th
  • September, L-Z = 17th
  • October, A-K = 18th
  • October, L-Z = 19th
  • November, A-K, 20th
  • November, L-Z = 21st
  • December, A-Z = 22nd

Montana

Montana relies on your case number to determine when you will receive your food stamps.

  • If your case number ends in 0 or 1, then you will receive your food stamps on the 2nd.
  • 2 or 3 = 3rd
  • 4 or 5 = 4th
  • 6 or 7 = 5th
  • 8 or 9 = 6th

Nebraska

In Nebraska, benefits are paid based on the last digit of the primary recipients Social Security Number.

  • If your Social Security Number ends in 1 or 2, then you’ll receive food stamps on the 1st.
  • 3 or 4 = 2nd
  • 5 or 6 = 3rd
  • 7 or 8 = 4th
  • 9 or 0 = 5th

Nevada

All Nevada households will receive food stamps on the first.

New Hampshire

All New Hampshire households will receive food stamps on the 5th.

New Jersey

If you live in New Jersey, the day you’ll get your food stamps is determined by the 7th digit of your case number unless you live in Warren County. All Warren County residents receive their food satmps on the first of each month.

  • If the digit is 1 or 2, then you will receive your benefits on the 1st.
  • 3 or 4 = 2nd
  • 5 or 6 = 3rd
  • 7 or 8 = 4th
  • 9 or 0 = 5th

New Mexico

In New Mexico, the food stamps schedule is based on the last two digits of your Social Security Number.

  • If your Social Security Number ends in 11, 31, 51, 71 or 91, then you will receive food stamps on the 1st.
  • 01, 21, 41, 61 and 81 = 2nd
  • 12, 32, 52, 72, and 92 = 3rd
  • 02, 22, 42, 62, and 82 = 4th
  • 13, 33, 53, 73 and 93 = 5th
  • 03, 23, 43, 63, and 83 = 6th
  • 14, 34, 54, 74, and 94 = 7th
  • 04, 24, 44, 64 and 84 = 8th
  • 15, 35, 55, 65 and 85 = 9th
  • 05, 25, 45, 65, and 85 = 10th
  • 16, 36, 56, 76, and 96 = 11th
  • 06, 26, 46, 66, and 86 = 12th
  • 17, 37, 57, 77, and 97 = 13th
  • 07, 27, 47, 67, and 87 = 14th
  • 18, 38, 58, 78 and 98 = 15th
  • 08, 28, 48, 68, and 88 = 16th
  • 19, 39, 59, 79, and 99 = 17th
  • 09, 29, 49, 69, and 89 = 18th
  • 10, 30, 50, 70, and 90 = 19th
  • 00, 20, 40, 60, and 80 = 20th

New York

The New York food stamps schedule really depends on where you live. They have different schedules for New York City and the rest of the state.

If you live in one of the five boroughs of New York City, your food stamps will be disbursed across the first two weeks of the month, on days that are not Sundays or holidays. This means that the date changes month-to-month. New York City publishes a six-month schedule of food stamps dates.

For the rest of the state, the benefits are distributed based on the last digit of the client’s case number. The last digit is the date you’ll receive food stamps, so if it’s a 1 then you’ll receive your food stamps on the first. If it’s a 2, it’ll be the 2nd (and so on). If it’s a 0, you will receive your benefits on the first.

North Carolina

North Carolina staggers food stamps disbursements based on the last digit of the primary account holder’s Social Security Number.

  • If the last digit of your SSN is a 1, then you’ll receive your benefits on the 3rd.
  • 2 = 5th
  • 3 = 7th
  • 4 = 9th
  • 5 = 11th
  • 6 = 13th
  • 7 = 15th
  • 8 = 17th
  • 9 = 19th
  • 0 = 21st

North Dakota

In North Dakota, you’ll get your food stamps on the first of every month.

Ohio

Ohio’s usual food stamps schedule is dictated by the last digit of the client’s case number.

  • If your case number ends in 0, then you’ll receive your food stamps on the 2nd of each month.
  • 1 = 4th
  • 2 = 6th
  • 3 = 8th
  • 4 = 10th
  • 5 = 12th
  • 6 = 14th
  • 7 = 16th
  • 8 = 18th
  • 9 = 20th

Oklahoma

In Oklahoma, the usual staggered disbursement dates are based on the last digit of the client’s case number.

  • If your case number ends in 0-3, then you will receive your food stamps on the 1st of the month.
  • 4-6 = 5th
  • 7-9 = 10th

Oregon

In Oregon, the last date of your Social Security Number is the date you will receive your food stamps allotment. If your SSN ends in 2, for example, you will receive your food stamps on the 2nd. If the last digit is 0, you will receive them on the first.

Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania only distributes food stamps on business days, never on weekends or holidays. Unfortunately, each county is able to set its own unique schedule based on the last digit of your case number.

In many counties, your disbursement date is the same as the last digit of your case number. If it’s a 1, you’ll get your benefits on the first business day of the month (and so on). If it ends in 0, you’ll get food stamps on the 10th business day. This is the case in Allegheny, Blair, Bucks, Cambria, Chester, Dauphin, Delaware, Erie, Fayette, Lancaster, Lehigh, Montgomery, Northampton, Philadelphia, Schuylkill and York Counties.

  • On the 2nd business day, food stamps are distributed in Bedford, Butler, Greene, Tioga and Warren Counties.
  • 3rd business day = Beaver, Carbon, Columbia, Potter and Snyder Counties
  • 4th business day = Armstrong, Elk, Fulton, Juniata, Perry and Venango Counties
  • 5th business day = Adams, Clarion and Mifflin Counties
  • 6th business day = Huntingdon, Lebanon and Pike Counties
  • 7th business day = Cameron, Montour and Sullivan Counties
  • 8th business day = Bradford, Crawford, Forest, Union, and Wyoming Counties
  • 9th business day = Northumberland, Somerset, Susquehanna and Wayne Counties
  • 10th business day = Indiana County

Other counties have opted for a split disbursement .The first date is for case numbers ending in 1-5 and the second date is for case numbers ending in 6-0.

  • Berks, Clinton, Lawrence, Lycoming, Monroe Counties provides food stamps on the 4th and 9th business days.
  • Centre and Washington County provides food stamps on the 5th and 7th business days.
  • Clearfield, Jefferson, Luzerne Counties distribute food stamps on the 6th and 10th business days.
  • Cumberland, Franklin, Lackawanna, Mercer Counties distribute food stamps on the 1st and 7th business days.
  • Westmoreland distributes food stamps on the 6th and 8th business days.

Puerto Rico

In Puerto Rico, all homeless recipients will get their food stamps on the 4th. Everyone else receives their food stamps on a certain date, based on the last digit of their SSN.

  • If the Social Security Number ends in 0, then food stamps will be available on the 4th.
  • 1 = 6th
  • 2 = 8th
  • 3 = 10th
  • 4 = 12th
  • 5 = 14th
  • 6 = 16th
  • 7 = 18th
  • 8 = 20th
  • 9 = 22nd

The disbursement date may be changed for holidays such as Three Kings Day, Holy Friday, Thanksgiving, and New Years.

Rhode Island

The state of Rhode Island disburses funds on the first.

South Carolina

All South Carolina households will receive their food stamps based on the last digit of their case number.

  • If the last digit is 1, then food stamps benefits will be available on the 11th.
  • 2 = 2nd
  • 3 = 13th
  • 4 = 4th
  • 5 = 15th
  • 6 = 6th
  • 7 = 17th
  • 8 = 8th
  • 9 = 19th
  • 0 = 10th

If anyone has received food stamps continuously since August 2012, they may have been grandfathered into the previous schedule in which the last digit of the case number is the date on which benefits will be disbursed (9 = 9th, etc).

South Dakota

All food stamps households in South Dakota will receive their benefits on the 10th.

Tennessee

Tennessee food stamps are disbursed based on the last two digits of the recipient’s SSN.

  • If the last two digits are 00-04, then food stamps are available on the 1st.
  • 05-09 = 2nd
  • 10-14 = 3rd
  • 15-19 = 4th
  • 20-24 = 5th
  • 25-29 = 6th
  • 30-34 = 7th
  • 35-39 = 8th
  • 40-44 = 9th
  • 45-49 = 10th
  • 50-54 = 11th
  • 55-59 = 12th
  • 60-64 = 13th
  • 65-69 = 14th
  • 70-74 = 15th
  • 75-79 = 16th
  • 80-84 = 17th
  • 85-89 = 18th
  • 90-94 = 19th
  • 95-99 = 20th

Texas

The state of Texas uses something called an Eligibility Determination Group (EDG) number to determine what date food stamps will be sent out.

  • If the EDG ends in 0, benefits are availalbe on the 1st.
  • 1 = 3rd
  • 2 = 5th
  • 3 = 6th
  • 4 = 7th
  • 5 = 9th
  • 6 = 11th
  • 7 = 12th
  • 8 = 13th
  • 9 = 15th

Cash benefits are always paid within the first three days of the month.

Utah

Households in Utah will receive their food stamps on one of three dates, depending on the first letter of their last name.

  • If the first letter of the last name is A-G, then food stamps will be available on the 5th.
  • H-O = 11th
  • P-Z = 15th

Vermont

Food stamps will be sent on the 1st in Vermont.

Virgin Islands

Benefits are paid on the 1st of each month in the Virgin Islands.

Virginia

Virginia uses a staggered issuance schedule based on the last digits of the client’s case number.

  • If the case number ends in 0-3, then food stamps will be paid on the 1st of the month.
  • 4-5 = 4th
  • 6-7 = 7th
  • 8-9 = 9th

Washington

Households in Washington State will get their food stamps based on the first digit of the client’s case number. The last digit is the date you will receive food stamps. For example, you can expect your benefits on the 8th if the last digit is 8. If the last digit is 0, then you will receive them on the 10th.

Washington DC

Washington DC’s food stamp schedule is based on the first letter of your last name.

  • If the last name starts with A or B, then your food stamps benefits will arrive on the 1st.
  • C = 2nd
  • D-F = 3rd
  • G-H = 4th
  • I-K = 5th
  • L-M = 6th
  • N-Q = 7th
  • R-S = 8th
  • T-V = 9th
  • W-Z = 10th

West Virginia

In West Virginia, food stamps will be disbursed based on the first letter of your last name. Cash benefits are always distributed on the first calendar day of the month.

  • If the first letter is B, X, Y or Z, you will receive benefits on the first.
  • C or F = 2nd
  • H, N, V = 3rd
  • I, M, O, U = 4th
  • Q, S = 5th
  • A, W = 6th
  • J, K, P = 7th
  • D, E, R = 8th
  • G, L, T = 9th

Wisconsin

Households in Wisconsin receive their food stamps based on the eighth digit of their Social Security Number.

  • If the 8th digit of your SSN is 0, then you will receive food stamps on the 2nd.
  • 1 = 3rd
  • 2 = 5th
  • 3 = 6th
  • 4 = 8th
  • 5 = 9th
  • 6 = 11th
  • 7 = 12th
  • 8 = 14th
  • 9 = 15th

Wyoming

In Wyoming, households will receive their food tamps based on the first letter of their last name.

  • If your last name starts with A-D, then you will receive your food stamps on the 1st.
  • E-K = 2nd
  • L-R = 3rd
  • S-Z = 4th

This information is available on the USDA website here.

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