During COVID-19, all eligible households were temporarily allotted the maximum benefits for their household size. In February 2023, the federal government decided to end the additional COVID SNAP payments. The last COVID SNAP payment is on March 2, 2023.
Answers to Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) on Federal COVID Extra SNAP Ending, and information on other resources can be found at Mass.gov/ExtraCOVIDSNAP.
The SNAP team at the Greater Boston Food Bank are here to help, please call us at 617-598-5022
or email us email@example.com with any questions or concerns about this change.
If you have questions about your benefit amount after March 2, 2023, find your normal SNAP benefit amount on DTA Connect or by listening to your case information on the DTA Assistance Line at 877-382-2363.
The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) is a nutrition program that gives you money for food. SNAP benefits are put on an electronic card that you can use to buy food at supermarkets, convenience stores, farmers’ markets, and even some online retailers. If you need help buying food, apply for SNAP today!
Eligibility is based on income and household size. If you are within the income limits below, you may be eligible.
Please note: We are only able to assist Massachusetts residents with SNAP eligibility and applications. Nonresidents should contact their state agency or local food bank.
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