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Lamesa, TX SNAP Program Offices

There are many offices in the State of Texas that provide Supplemental Nutrition Assistance (SNAP). Below we list the SNAP Program Offices.

The Texas Health and Human Services Department handles the SNAP Food Benefits program in Texas.

In Texas, most adults age 18 to 49 with no children in the home can get SNAP for only 3 months in a 3 year period.

YourTexasBenefits.com is the website to check for Lone Star Card/SNAP Benefit help, or call: 877-541-7905. After you pick a language, press 2. Staff can help you Monday to Friday, 8 am to 6 pm. If you are just looking for support services and want to be contacted by programs, you need to create an account. With an account, you will also be able to save your support service screening forms and check the status of any you have already filled out.

If you do not want to call or go online, you can get free help applying at the local HHSC benefits office (Texas Health and Human Services Commission). We list all of the offices on this website. See below.


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SNAP offices in Lamesa, Texas

    HHSC Benefits Office- S Bryan SNAP Office

    HHSC Benefits Office- S Bryan

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    701 S Bryan Ave
    Lamesa, TX - 79331
    (806) 872-5481
    Dawson County

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    The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program. commonly known as SNAP, is a federal program that helps millions of low-income households purchase nutritious food. To determine eligibility, individuals must fill out an application and provide all the required documentation. Approved recipients receive the SNAP benefits in the Lone Star Card, which can be used just like a debit

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