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Michigan Snap EBT Info Page

Welcome to SNAP EBT information page for the state of Michigan.

The USDA and the State of Michigan’s DHS collaborated to create the Food Assistance Program (FAP) in Michigan with the goal of assisting low-income families, the elderly, and people with disabilities to purchase a sufficient amount of nourishing food.

All able-bodied SNAP participants in Michigan between the ages of 18 and 50 who are not supporting any dependents must meet special job requirements through unsubsidized, unpaid, or in-kind employment. If not, benefits can only be received for a maximum of three months every 36 months.

Picture of Michigan Snap EBT Card

Wondering what Michigan snap card looks like. Below is a sample picture.

Michigan Snap EBT card

This state EBT program is also known by these names:
Food Assistance Program
Michigan Bridge Card

Contact Information

Michigan Snap Website

The website is http://www.michigan.gov/mdhhs/0,5885,7-339-71547_5527---,00.html

Michigan Snap Phone Number

The phone number is +1-888-642-7434

Michigan Local Office Location

Click Here to view office locations.

EBT Website

The website is https://www.connectebt.com/

Michigan EBT Phone Number

The phone number is +888-678-8914

Frequently Asked Questions

In Michigan, how long does it take to get food stamps?

Thirty working days maximum after the office receives your application. If you don’t qualify for expedited treatment, MDHHS will decide whether to accept or reject your application within 30 days. If you qualify for expedited FAP benefits, you might receive your first payment in just seven (7) days.

How much is Michigan SNAP benefit?

A family of one can receive a maximum payment of $281; a family of four can receive a maximum payment of $939; and a family of eight can receive a maximum payment of $1,691. The size and income of the household determine SNAP benefits. The household income of the recipient must typically be at or below 130% of the poverty line.

What documents are required in Michigan to receive SNAP benefits?

A driver’s license, photo ID card, passport, birth certificate, adoption records, vaccination records, naturalization certificate, or photo ID card are all acceptable forms of identification. Baby’s birth certificate, crib card, or discharge papers for identification

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