The North Carolina Division of Social Services does not provide an online calculator allowing applicants to estimate their eligibility for food stamps as of 2015. However, users may consult a table listing maximum benefit allotment relative to household size and gross income on the state's Food and Nutrition Services website.
The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program is a federal food assistance program that is administered at the state level, with different eligibility requirements and application processes for each state. Every state provides online information about its food assistance programs, but the information available via state websites varies widely, notes the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities. North Carolina residents may submit an online application for food stamps on the state's ePASS website. In addition, users may review the maximum income limits relative to household size for North Carolina's food stamp program at Benefits.gov.