To apply for an EBT card, visit the United States Department of Agriculture’s website and click "How to Apply for SNAP Benefits." On the subsequent page, click the state in which you reside and locate your local SNAP office to proceed with the application process.
Applications for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program’s Electronic Benefit Transfer card (SNAP EBT) are administered at the state and county level through local SNAP offices. Applications for the EBT card can be filed online in the 48 continuous states or in person at your local SNAP office in every state/
To expedite the application process, you can procure the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Application from your state’s SNAP program and either file it online or bring a printed copy to your local office. You can also access the SNAP pre-screening tool to determine your eligibility for SNAP benefits.
Contacting the SNAP office that serves your county is the only way to apply for SNAP benefits. If you have any questions or concerns regarding your eligibility or the application process, contact your SNAP office through their toll-free number provided on the website. Eligibility requirements vary based on location; however, all SNAP offices determine eligibility by evaluating your resources, income, employment, disabled status and other factors.