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North Suburban FCRC Details Page

North Suburban FCRC
3501 W Algonquin Rd
Rolling Meadows, IL - 60008
(847) 483-7171


Welcome to the North Suburban FCRC page. SNAP Office information along with details, maps, and photos are below.




SNAP Office Details, hours, photos, information: North Suburban FCRC

What is the purpose of the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)?

The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) (formerly Food Stamps) helps low-income people and families buy the food they need for good health.

Benefits are provided on the Illinois Link Card - an electronic card that is accepted at most grocery stores. The program is managed by the Food and Nutrition Service (FNS) of the United States Department of Agriculture. The Department of Human Services administers the program in Illinois. 

Who can receive these services?

Most households with low income can get SNAP benefits. The rules are complex, so all of the details are not here. The most important factors which determine the amount of, and eligibility for, SNAP benefits are:

  • income and expenses;
  • the number of persons who live and eat together

Use the SNAP Eligibility Calculator to give an estimate of possible benefits.  This is only an estimate. 

Your application must be reviewed by IDHS staff at the Family Community Resource Center.  If you apply for benefits and are eligible, you will receive a notice of your eligibility. 


Income

A household might be eligible to receive SNAP benefits if their monthly gross income does not exceed the gross income limits shown below.

Households without Disabled or Elderly Persons (age 60 or over) Maximum Monthly Income Allowable

Household Size12345678910
Gross Monthly Income Limit (165% FPL)$1,634$2,203$2,772$3,342$3,911$4,480$5,051$5,623$6,195$6,767

For household with more than 10 persons, add $572 for each additional person.  (Updated 10/1/2016)

Age 60 & Over or Disabled Households Maximum Monthly Income Allowable

Household Size12345678910
Gross Monthly Income Limit (For those Age 60 or older OR Disabled)
(200% FPL)
$1,980$2,670$3,360$4,050$4,740$5,430$6,122$6,815$7,508$8,201

For each elderly and disabled household with more than 10 persons, add $693 for each additional person. (Updated 10/1/2016)

Who can't receive SNAP Benefits?

Federal rules say some people can't get SNAP benefits regardless of the amount of their income.  For example, most boarders, certain non-citizens, most strikers, and people who live in certain institutions.

How much does someone get each month?

The monthly SNAP Benefit amount depends on the number of people in the "SNAP unit" and the monthly income available to meet needs after the caseworker subtracts the allowable deductions (such as rent and utilities) from gross income. The chart below shows the highest monthly benefit by household size. Depending on income, this amount could be less.

Are there more rules?

Yes. Here are some other rules to consider.

  • We expect people who can work to try and do so.
  • We may ask for proof of certain information.
  • Changes in a person's situation must be reported. 
  • Eligibility is reviewed from time to time.

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Comments

  1. 2020-09-11 09:11:09

    Every time I call to ask questions about the status of my case the phone just rings continually or I leave a voicemail and no one ever calls me back. This has been going on for weeks.

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