It is the goal of the Ohio Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, often known as the SNAP/food stamp program, to assist low-income people and families in the state of Ohio in purchasing fresh food and groceries.
The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) is a nationally financed program, but each state sets its own regulations and conditions for participation. SNAP eligibility in the state of Ohio is based on the fulfillment of at least one of the conditions listed below.
When sharing a household with a person or persons over the age of 60 or a person with a disability, you must have current resources valued at $2,250 or less (as in checking and savings combined), current resources valued at $3,500 or less if you are sharing a household with a person or persons over the age of 60 or a person with a disability, including yourself.
Benefits under the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) are provided in Ohio using an electronic benefit transfer card known as an Ohio EBT Card, or as Ohio explicitly identifies it: “The Ohio Direction Card.
With benefits preloaded once a month for beneficiaries, the Direction Card functions similarly to a bank’s debit card or credit card. Recipients can then use the card at participating shops at their discretion.
People who have filed for benefits recently will be notified when their eligibility is accepted and the dates on which they will receive their payments. To find out when their benefits will become accessible, Direction Card members can also call the customer support line at 1-866-386-3071 six days before the first day of each month.
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Depending on the appropriate final digit of the case number allocated to them, recipients get paid from the 2nd through the 20th of each month.
For example, if you have
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