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To be deemed eligible for food stamps in Louisiana, your income cannot exceed a set amount. As of 2010, for a household of one person, that limit is not more than $1,174 gross, or $903 after taxes and allowable deductions.What is D SNAP program?
D-SNAP is a food assistance program for families recovering from a disaster. It works much like SNAP, the federal food stamp program, but it is designed as a short term benefit for families after a natural disaster.Do you qualify for SNAP food stamps?
You may be eligible for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), also known as food stamps. You will get a decision within 30 days. To apply for SNAP benefits, you need to provide personal information. This includes your Social Security number (if you have one), birth date, home address (if you have one), income, and expenses.