Food stamps: Decem­ber SNAP pay­ments worth up to $1,751 for Cal­i­for­nia res­i­dents go out in two days

Cal­i­for­ni­a’s Sup­ple­men­tal Nutri­tion Assis­tance Pro­gram will send the first pay­ment for Novem­ber, worth up to $1,751, to res­i­dents in two days.
The fed­er­al SNAP pro­gram, called Cal­Fresh in the Gold­en State, begins issu­ing pay­ments on the first of the month through Dec. 10. Pay­ments will be sent out to qual­i­fied low-income house­holds depend­ing on the recip­i­en­t’s case num­ber.
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For exam­ple, if a case num­ber ends in 1, Cal­i­for­nia recip­i­ents can expect to see their Cal­Fresh ben­e­fits Dec. 1. If a case num­ber ends in 2, SNAP ben­e­fits will be avail­able Dec. 2. The pay­ment dates con­tin­ue until Dec. 10, when those with case num­bers end­ing in 0 will receive their pay­ments.
The major­i­ty of Cal­i­for­nia house­holds must have a month­ly gross income at or below 130% of the fed­er­al pover­ty lev­el to qual­i­fy for SNAP. The max­i­mum pay­ment is $291 for a house­hold of one, $973 for a house­hold of four, and $1,751 for a house­hold of eight. Up to $219 is added to a house­hold’s food stamps for each mem­ber after eight.
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