• Starting in March 2020, the federal government approved Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) emergency allotments to give recipients additional support during the COVID-19 pandemic
  • There are two important federal changes to the SNAP Emergency Allotments in May 2021
    • Households that are already receiving the maximum SNAP benefits for their household size will now receive an additional $95 in emergency allotments in May
    • Households who are eligible for $0 in regular SNAP benefits will not receive the May emergency allotments. This change is because the federal government clarified households must receive regular SNAP to be eligible for emergency allotments
    • To learn more about this change, read the news release
  • Outreach Specialists
    • Phone, text or email for help navigating the application process: Call/text Emily at 503-320-6658 or Juan at 503-928-9689
    • Email SNAP@multco.us
  • Pandemic EBT (SNAP Food Benefits) Hotline
    • There is a P-EBT (SNAP food benefits) hotline for families for troubleshooting (if a family thinks they should have received it, troubleshooting activating cards, etc)
    • The hotline is (503) 945-6481, with assistance in multiple languages. Updates on COVID emergency SNAP benefits can be found here


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