Indiana has a great government benefit program called food stamps that is designed to provide both disabled people and people of low income with food that they may have not been able to buy otherwise. The food stamp program prevents issues in Indiana such as starvation and hunger. These benefits are paid for by the taxpayers of Indiana.
To qualify for food stamps in Indiana, you will have to either be legally disabled or have low income. You will also have to complete an Indiana food stamp application at an appropriate location.
1. To start the food stamp process, you will need to fill out an Indiana food stamp application. You can get one either at a food stamp office, or you can download and print the food stamp application at the following site:
2. Be sure that you fill out the application as accurately as you possibly can so that you will get the largest sum of food stamp benefits that is legally allowed to you. Bring the food stamp application in at your local DHS or food stamp office. Your application will be accepted the day it is turned in, and usually you will not have an interview unless you are in need of emergency food stamps. You can find a food stamp office in Indiana at the following web site.
3. After your Indiana food stamp application is approved and your interview completed, you will begin to get your food stamp benefits. Be sure that you buy a small item that you normally would buy to make sure that the food stamps are properly working. If there is any problem at all, you should call a local food stamp office so they can assist you in fixing any problem.