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Scott County Human Services Details Page

Scott County Human Services
200 4th Ave W
Shakopee, MN - 55379
(952) 496-8686

Scott County Human Services Details

    SNAP, formerly known as Food Stamps, helps low-income Minnesotans get the food they need for nutritious, well-balanced meals.
The programme provides support to help stretch the household food budget.
If you are approved for SNAP, you can use your benefits at many stores, farmers' markets and senior meal sites.

There are many income deductions that are allowed under snap.
Your county employee can give you more information about income limits and deductions.

Households with an income equal to or less than 165 percent of the federal poverty guideline who have also received the Domestic Violence Information Brochure  will not have an asset limit for determining benefits.
You can print the brochure on the link provided or ask for it in your county or tribal office.
You can get food benefits quickly if your household meets one of the following criteria, even if you received food stamps in another state during the month of application:

Households with a monthly gross income of less than $150 and liquid assets less than $100 Own or seasonal households that have a low income and $100 or less in liquid assets Own, where the total monthly gross income and liquid assets are less than their monthly housing costs and the applicable standard utility deduction, if applicable.
The amount of benefits you receive is based on your income, expenses and the number of people in your household.
If approved for the program, you will receive an Electronic Benefit Transfer card.
During the month you use the card to buy food in stores that have a poster or a sign that says "Read": "They accept EBT.
Grocery stores and convenience stores need to sell a variety of foods to be approved to accept the EBT.
This card can also be used for Meals on Wheels and congregate meals.
For more information, see the SNAP Frequently Asked Questions or How to Use Your Minnesota EBT Card.

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