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Oregon Snap EBT Info Page

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

The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) assists low-income working families and individuals, those on public assistance, the elderly, and those with disabilities in supplementing their food budgets.

All able-bodied SNAP participants in Oregon who are between the ages of 18 and 50 and live in one of the state’s 13 counties must fulfill additional employment requirements. If not, the maximum number of months you can get benefits in a 36-month period is 3 months.

An “Oregon Trail Card,” which may be used like a debit card to buy food wherever EBT is accepted, is used to disburse monthly cash benefits.

Picture of Oregon Snap EBT Card

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

Oregon Snap EBT card

This state EBT program is also known by these names:
Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)
Oregon Trail Card

Contact Information

Oregon Snap Website

The website is http://www.oregon.gov/DHS/ASSISTANCE/FOOD-BENEFITS/pages/index.aspx

Oregon Snap Phone Number

The phone number is +800-723-3638

Oregon Local Office Location

Click Here to view office locations.

EBT Website

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

Oregon EBT Phone Number

The phone number is +888-997-4447

Frequently Asked Questions

How much SNAP do I get in Oregon?

Depending on a number of variables, such as household size, income, and permissible deductions, SNAP payments may differ from family to family. For instance, a family of three with no income may be eligible for up to $740 in benefits each month or $440 if the family makes $1,000 in net monthly income.

How do I apply for food stamps in Oregon?

The simplest way to apply for food assistance is online, though there are other ways as well. To apply for SNAP as a first-time user, you must first create an account.

Where in Oregon can you use SNAP?

The only thing you can buy with SNAP assistance is food. You cannot purchase alcohol, cigarettes, vitamins, medications, pet food, or household goods with SNAP assistance. Most grocery stores, as well as some farmers’ markets and farm stands, accept SNAP benefits for the purchase of food.

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