Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program - SNAP


       SNAP Benefits Resume on 
                  Normal Schedule in March            

Just a note to let SNAP members know that benefits are resuming on the normal schedule in March.  Your benefits will be available on your EBT card on one of the first three days of the month, depending on the first letter of your last name: 

  •  A-F—Friday, March 1
  • G-N—Saturday, March 2
  • O-Z—Sunday, March 3 

(We had issued February benefits early, as a precautionary measure because of the partial federal government shutdown at the time.)

Connecticut currently provides SNAP services to over 384,000 individuals in 215,000 households. These numbers include over 133,000 children under the age of 18 and 65,000 individuals age 60 and older.

Thank you from the Department of Social Services.

[updated February 21, 2019;]


If you're enrolled in SNAP, you can now take care of your

'periodic report form' online!  Check out


The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), formerly known as Food Stamps, helps eligible individuals and families afford the cost of food at supermarkets, grocery stores and farmers’ markets.

SNAP Time Limits for Able-Bodied Adults without Dependents (ABAWDs): What you should know


SNAP recipients in Connecticut must report when their household’s total monthly gross income goes above 130% of the federal poverty level (FPL). Please follow this link to learn more about income reporting requirements.

Mensaje Importante sobre SNAP

Beneficiarios de SNAP en Connecticut tienen que reportar cuando el total del ingreso bruto mensual de su hogar exceda el 130% del nivel federal de pobreza (FPL) Oprime aquí para obtener más información.


Please follow this link to view the CT SNAP Policy Handbook.

For information on Periodic Report Forms, please follow this link.