As of 2015, qualified applicants can find their local food stamp office location by using the Local Office Locator on the United States Department of Agriculture: Food and Nutrition Service website. This page allows applicants to click their state on a map or a list to display local office locations.
A qualified Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, or SNAP, applicant is required to fill out an application for the program and physically return it to a local SNAP office. The application differs depending on the applicant's state of residence. The USDA: FNS website also provides a pre-screening tool to determine the eligibility of an applicant and how much benefit he can claim.