There are many offices in the State of Maryland that provide Supplemental Nutrition Assistance (SNAP). Below we list the Food Supplement Program ( Offices.
The Department of Human Resources handles the SNAP - Food Supplement Program (FSP) in Maryland. You can apply online or call your local Department of Social Services. You can apply online at: myDHR https://mydhrbenefits.dhr.state.md.us/.
The Maryland EBT Card is called the Independence Card. https://www.connectebt.com is the website where you can go to for card services. Reporting things such as lost or stolen card, change PIN number, etc.
SNAP offices in Frederick, Maryland
The Dietary Supplements Program The Dietary Supplements Program helps low-income people buy the foods they need for good health. The amount of benefits you can receive is based on the maximum allocation from the Department of Agriculture, which is an estimate of the cost of buying food to prepare a nutritious, low-cost meal for your family. If your family passes the eligibility progrGo To Details Page For More Information
More Area OfficesDue to the small number of SNAP office listings in Frederick, we have listed some area listings below. Note: We list out the miles from Frederick. Please reference Google Maps to get exact distances as we list a straight line, not following roadways.
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122 N Potomac St
Hagerstown, MD - 21740
SNAP Office Location: 21.90 miles from Frederick
The Nutritional Supplement Program The Nutritional Supplement Program helps low-income people buy the food they need to stay healthy. work for low wages, are unemployed or underemployed, receive temporary cash assistance or other public assistance payments, are elderly or disabled and live on low wages, rarely homeless. The amount of ...See Complete Details
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401 Hungerford Dr
Rockville, MD - 20850
SNAP Office Location: 27.41 miles from Frederick
The Food Supplements Programme The Food Supplements Programme helps people on low incomes to buy the food they need for good health. working for low wages, being unemployed or working part-time, receiving Temporary Assistance or other public assistance payments, are elderly or disabled and live on a small income, or are without a home....See Complete Details