Food Stamps

My Florida Access Food Stamp Before providing a customer service number, it’s important to know why people are calling. Knowing this not only saves time in contacting customer service, but also reduces potential frustration. Customer Service will receive an answer to the most frequently requested EBT MyFlorida Access registration card.


If you already have a My Access Florida account and need assistance logging into your account, follow this step-by-step guide. If you do not have an ACCESS account, please read below for information on how to open a My Access account.

How do I apply for food stamp benefits in Florida?

Here are three ways to apply for food stamps: My Access Florida:

Option 1-Online

You can apply online from your Florida ACCESS account (see image below). If you have a My ACCESS account, you can log in or create one. Click here to visit our website.

Option 2-Personal

You can apply to the Florida Child and Family Affairs Office (DCF) in your area. Click here to find a DCF office.


Option 3-Download food stamp application

Request and fill out the application form and mail it to the county DCF office or hand it over directly.

Are you eligible for Florida Food Stamps?

To be eligible for food stamp benefits in Florida, you must meet certain eligibility requirements, such as wealth and income restrictions (discussed below). Click here for more information on food stamp eligibility requirements and how to determine if you are eligible.

Florida Food Stamp Income Limits

To be eligible for SNAP benefits in Florida, you must meet the income limits of total income and net income. A person’s total income is the amount of money he earns before taxes and deductions. Net income is determined by deducting certain permissible deductions from total income.

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