Florida Food Stamp Office Locations

If you are ready to apply for Florida Food Stamps, you can apply online by clicking here. If you will rather apply by phone by talking to MyAccess Customer Service, use the number below.

Customer Call Center

(866) 762-2237

Florida Relay 711 or TTY (800) 955-8771

If you want to apply in person at a Florida Food Stamp Office Locations, see a detailed list of the office locations below. We have the information listed by County, so you have to scroll down to find your county offices and the one closes to you.

Service Centers Listed Alphabetically by County
ALACHUA COUNTY
16th Avenue Complex
1000 NE 16th Avenue, Building J
Gainesville, FL 32601
FAX: (866) 619-5720 or (904) 723-2079

BAKER COUNTY
The closest service center to Baker County is located in Jacksonville (Duval County).

Gateway Service Center
5000-1 Norwood Avenue
Jacksonville, FL 32208
FAX: (866) 619-5720 or (904)723-2079

BAY COUNTY
2505 West 15th St.
Panama City, FL 32401
Fax: (850) 747-5346

BRADFORD COUNTY
The closest center to Bradford County is located in Gainesville (Alachua County).

16th Avenue Complex
1000 NE 16th Avenue, Building J
Gainesville, FL 32601
FAX: (866) 619-5720 or (904)723-2079

BREVARD COUNTY
Brevard County ACCESS Application Center
801 Dixon Blvd, Ste 1103
Cocoa, FL 32922
Fax: (866) 735-2469

BROWARD COUNTY
Central Service Center
3511 N Pine Island Road
Sunrise, FL 33351
Fax: (954) 267-4055

North Broward Regional Service Center
1400 W Commercial Blvd., Suite 160
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33309
Note: Medically Needy Bill Tracking & submission only – Fax: (954) 267-2133
Note: Nursing Home and Waiver submissions only – Fax: (954) 202-3249

CALHOUN COUNTY
The closest service center to Calhoun County is located in Quincy (Gadsden County).

6 South Key Street
Quincy, FL 32351
Fax: (850) 482-1361

CHARLOTTE COUNTY
Charlotte County Service Center
19500 Cochran Blvd.
Port Charlotte, FL 33948-2086
Fax: (866) 784-7113

CITRUS COUNTY
Citrus County Storefront
214 S. Apopka Ave
Inverness, Fl 34452
Fax: (866) 886-4342

CLAY COUNTY
Hours Monday – Friday 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Clay County Service Center
1845 Town Center Blvd. #225
Orange Park, FL 32003
FAX: (866) 619-5720 or (904)723-2079

COLLIER COUNTY
Immokalee Service Center
750 South 5th Street
Immokalee, FL 34142:
Fax: (866) 784-7113

Naples Service Center
4215 Tamiami Trail East
Naples, FL 34112
Fax: (866) 784-7113

COLUMBIA COUNTY
Lake City Service Center
1389 West US Highway 90, Suite 110
Lake City, FL 32055
Fax: (866) 619-5720 or (904) 723-2079

DESOTO COUNTY
Arcadia One-Stop Service Center
805 North Mills Avenue
Arcadia, FL 34266-8716
Fax: (863) 993-4544

DIXIE COUNTY
The closest service center to Dixie County is located in Gainesville (Alachua County).

16th Avenue Complex
1000 NE 16th Avenue, Building J
Gainesville, FL 32601
FAX: (866) 619-5720 or (904) 723-2079

DUVAL COUNTY
Gateway Service Center
5000-1 Norwood Avenue
Jacksonville, FL 32208
FAX: (866) 619-5720 or (904)723-2079

ESCAMBIA COUNTY
Brent ACCESS Storefront
33 Brent Lane, Suite 103
Pensacola, FL 32503
FAX:
850 595-8911
850 595-8912
850 595-8913 or
850 595-8914

FLAGLER COUNTY
The closest service center to Flagler County is located in Daytona Beach (Volusia County).

210 N Palmetto Avenue
Daytona Beach, FL 32114
FAX: (866) 619-5720 or (904) 723-2079

FRANKLIN COUNTY
The closest service center to Franklin County is located in Tallahassee (Leon County).

2810 Sharer Road, Unit 24
Tallahassee, FL 32399
Fax: (850) 921-8476

GADSDEN COUNTY
6 South Key Street
Quincy, FL 32351
Fax: (850) 627-6548

GILCHRIST COUNTY
The closest service center to Gilchrist County is located in Gainesville (Alachua County).

16th Avenue Complex
1000 NE 16th Avenue, Building J
Gainesville, FL 32601
FAX: (866) 619-5720 or (904) 723-2079

GLADES COUNTY
The closest service center to Glades County is located in LaBelle (Hendry County).

LaBelle Service Center
813 E. Hickpochee Ave.
Suite 100
LaBelle, FL 33935
866-784-7113

GULF COUNTY
The closest service center to Gulf County is in Panama City (Bay County)

2505 West 15th St.
Panama City, FL 32401
Fax: (850) 747-5346

HAMILTON COUNTY
The closest center to Hamilton County is located in Lake City (Columbia County).

Lake City Service Center
1389 West US Highway 90, Suite 110
Lake City, FL 32055
Fax: (866) 619-5720 or (904) 723-2079

HARDEE COUNTY
Wauchula Service Center
1016 S. 6th Ave.
Wauchula, FL 33873
Fax: (866) 296-9964

HENDRY COUNTY
LaBelle Service Center
813 E. Hickpochee Ave.
Suite 100
LaBelle, FL 33935
Fax: (866) 784-7113

HERNANDO COUNTY
Hernanado County Storefront
661 S. Broad Street
Brooksville, Fl 34601
Fax: (866) 886-4342

HIGHLANDS COUNTY
Sebring Service Center
209 N. Ridgewood Dr.
Sebring, FL 33870
Fax: (866) 296-9964

HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY
Tampa Service Center
9393 North Florida Avenue
Tampa, FL 33612
Fax: (888) 254-7591

HOLMES COUNTY
117 Waukesha Street
Bonifay, FL 32425
Fax: (850) 547-8537

INDIAN RIVER COUNTY
Indian River County ACCESS Center
1360 28th Street
Vero Beach, FL
Fax: (866)-658-2172

JACKSON COUNTY
The closest service center to Jackson County is located in Quincy (Gadsden County).

6 South Key Street
Quincy, FL 32351
Fax: (850) 482-1361

JEFFERSON COUNTY
The closest center to Jefferson County is located in Tallahassee (Leon County).

2810 Sharer Roar, Unit 24
Tallahassee, FL, 32399
Fax: (850) 921-8476

LAFAYETTE COUNTY
The closest center to Lafayette County is located in Lake City (Columbia County).

Lake City Service Center
1389 West US Highway 90, Suite 110
Lake City, FL 32055
Fax: (866) 619-5720 or (904) 723-2079

LAKE COUNTY
Lake County Storefront
1300 Duncan Drive
Tavares, FL 32778
Fax: (866) 886-4342

LEE COUNTY
Fort Myers Service Center
2295 Victoria Ave – Room 110
Fort Myers, FL 33901
Fax: (866) 784-7130

LEON COUNTY
2810 Sharer Road, Unit 24
Tallahassee, FL 32399
Fax: (850) 921-8476

LEVY COUNTY
The closest service center to Levy County is located in Gainesville (Alachua County).

16th Avenue Complex
1000 NE 16th Avenue, Building J
Gainesville, FL 32601
FAX: (866) 619-5720 or (904) 723-2079

LIBERTY COUNTY
The closest service center to Liberty County is located in Quincy (Gadsden County).

6 South Key Street
Quincy, FL 32351
Fax: (850) 627-6548

MADISON COUNTY
The closest center to Madison County is located in Lake City (Columbia County).

Lake City Service Center
1389 West US Highway 90, Suite 110
Lake City, FL 32055
Fax: (866) 619-5720 or (904) 723-2079

MANATEE COUNTY
Bradenton Service Center
2004 43rd Avenue W.
Bradenton 34205-5004
Fax: (941) 751-8464

MARION COUNTY
Marion County Storefront
1515 East Silver Springs Blvd., Suite 207
Ocala, FL 34470
Fax: (866) 886-4342

MARTIN COUNTY
Martin County ACCESS Center
1111 SE. Federal Hwy, Suite 108
Stuart, FL
Fax: (866) 658-2172

MIAMI-DADE COUNTY
Caleb Service Center
5400 NW 22nd Avenue
Miami, FL 33142
Fax: (305) 636-2286

Central Service Center
1490 NW 27th Avenue, 2nd Floor
Miami, FL 33125
Fax: (305) 637-2241

Coconut Grove Service Center
3750 S. Dixie Hwy.
Miami, FL 33133
Fax: (305) 377-5565

Miami Beach Service Center
945 Pennsylvania Avenue, S-300
Miami Beach, FL 33139
Fax: (305) 535-5411

Opa-Locka Service Center
200 Opa-Locka Boulevard, South Building
Opa Locka, FL 33054
Fax: <(305) 769-6233

Florida City Service Center
755 W. Palm Drive
Florida City, FL 33034
Fax: (305) 234-2200

Quail Roost Service Center
12340 Quail Roost Drive
Miami, FL 33177
Fax: (305) 234-2200

Medically Needy Bill Tracking Fax: (305) 377-5547 or (305) 377-5545
Note: Santions Fax: 305-377-5543
Note: Verification Fax: 305-377-5544

MANATEE COUNTY
Bradenton Service Center
4210 20th St. W.
Bradenton 34205-5004
Fax: (941) 751-8464

MONROE COUNTY
Key West Service Center
1111 12 St., S-304
Key West, FL 33040
Fax: (305) 289-2453

Marathon Service Center
2796 Overseas Hwy., S-201
Marathon, FL 33050
Fax: (305) 289-2453

NASSAU COUNTY
Nassau County Service Center
463688 State Rd. 200
Yulee, Fl 32097
FAX: (866) 619-5720 or (904) 723-2079

OKALOOSA COUNTY
Ft. Walton Beach ACCESS Storefront
450-G Racetrack Rd NW
Ft. Walton Beach,
Fl. 32547
FAX:: (850) 833-7595

OKEECHOBEE COUNTY
Okeechobee County ACCESS Center
108 NE 7th Street
Okeechobee, FL
Fax: (866) 658-2172

ORANGE COUNTY
Orange County ACCESS Application Center
6218 W Colonial Drive, Suite #240
Orlando, FL 32808
Fax: (866) 735-2469

OSCEOLA COUNTY
Kissimmee ACCESS Service Center
1507 N John Young Parkway
Kissimmee, FL 34741
Fax: (866) 735-2469

PALM BEACH COUNTY
Belle Glade Service Center
2990 North Main Street
Belle Glade, FL 33430
Fax: (561) 992-1981

Riviera Beach Service Center
The Port Center
2051 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., Suite 200.
Riviera Beach, FL 33404
Fax: (561) 882-3575

PASCO COUNTY
Pasco County Service Center
9550 US 19 Highway North, Suite 201-A
Port Richey, Florida 34668.
Fax: (866) 765-7133

PINELLAS COUNTY
North Pinellas Service Center
Mary Grizzle Building
11351 Ulmerton Road Suite 130
Largo, FL 33778-1629
Fax: (866) 940-7126

South Pinellas Service Center
Sebring Building
525 Mirror Lake Drive, Ste. 201
St. Petersburg, FL 33701-3423
Fax: (866) 940-7126

POLK COUNTY
Lakeland Service Center
200 N. Kentucky Ave., 1st Floor,
Lakeland, FL 33801
Fax: (866) 296-9964

PUTNAM COUNTY
The closest service center to Putnam County is located in Daytona Beach (Volusia County).

210 N Palmetto Avenue
Daytona Beach, FL 32114
FAX: (866) 619-5720 or (904) 723-2079

ST. JOHNS COUNTY
The closest service center to St. Johns County is located in Daytona Beach (Volusia County)

Daytona Beach Service Center
210 N. Palmetto Avenue
Daytona Beach, FL, 32114
Fax: (866) 619-5720 or (904) 723-2079

ST. LUCIE COUNTY
St. Lucie County ACCESS Center
2520 Orange Avenue
Ft. Pierce, FL
Fax: (866) 658-2172

SANTA ROSA COUNTY
The closest service center to Santa Rosa County is located in Pensacola (Escambia County).

Brent ACCESS Storefront
33 Brent Lane, Suite 103
Pensacola, FL 32503
FAX: 850 595-8911 or 850 595-8912
850 595-8913 or 850 595-8914

SARASOTA COUNTY
Sarasota One Stop Service Center
1864 17th Street
Sarasota, FL 34234-7590
Fax: (941) 316-8100

Venice One Stop Service Center
897 East Venice Avenue
Venice, FL 34292-2038
Fax: (941) 483-5920

SEMINOLE COUNTY
Seminole ACCESS Center @ Harvest Time Int’l
225 N. Kennel Road
Sanford, FL 32773
Fax: (407) 245-2769

SUMTER COUNTY
Sumter County Storefront
1601 W. Gulf Atlantic Hwy
Wildwood, FL 34785
Fax: (866) 886-4342

SUWANNEE COUNTY
The closest center to Suwannee County is located in Lake City (Columbia County).

Lake City Service Center
1389 West US Highway 90, Suite 110
Lake City, FL 32055
Fax: (866) 619-5720 or (904) 723-2079

TAYLOR COUNTY
The closest center to Taylor County is located in Lake City (Columbia County).

Lake City Service Center
1389 West US Highway 90, Suite 110
Lake City, FL 32055
Fax: (866) 619-5720 or (904)723-2079

UNION COUNTY
The closest service center to Union County is located in Gainesville (Alachua County).

16th Avenue Complex
1000 NE 16th Avenue, Building J
Gainesville, FL 32601
FAX: (866) 619-5720 or (904)723-2079

VOLUSIA COUNTY
Daytona Beach Service Center
210 N Palmetto Avenue
Daytona Beach, FL 32114
FAX: (866) 619-5720 or (904) 723-2079

WALTON COUNTY
The closest service center to Walton County is located in Ft. Walton Beach (Okaloosa County).

Ft. Walton Beach ACCESS Storefront
450-G Racetrack Rd NW
Ft. Walton Beach, FL 32547
FAX:: (850) 833-7595

WAKULLA COUNTY
The closest service center to Wakulla County is located in Tallahassee (Leon County).

810 Sharer Road, Unit 24
Tallahassee, FL 32399
Fax: (850) 921-8476

WASHINGTON COUNTY
117 Waukesha Street
Bonifay, FL 32425
Fax: (850) 547-8537

Click here to learn how to get Florida food stamps and this link to check the eligibility requirements for Florida food stamps.

If you were able to locate one of the Florida Food Stamp Office Locations to apply for your benefits, great. If you were not able to find an office, let us know below in the comments section.

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Florida Food Stamp Calculator

Eligibility requirements for the Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program (SNAP), also known as food stamps are set by the United States Department of Agriculture, at the federal level. But individuals must apply through their states. In the state of Florida, the program is administered by the Florida Department of Children and Families under the the ACCESS Florida Program. Eligibility for Food Stamps depends on things like the number of people in your household, income, and resources (cash, bank accounts, etc.). Income includes money earned from work. It also includes benefits like Social Security, unemployment, and SSI.

If you think you are eligible for Florida Food Assistance, you can use the pre-screening tool, also called the Food Stamps Calculator to determine if you qualify. Please note that the pre-screening tool is not an application for SNAP benefits. The Food Stamps program has many rules, and the calculator covers most of the rules, but not all of them. You need to apply to actually receive benefits and confirm the actual amount that you qualify for – since it is possible that the actual amount you may be eligible for is different from what the calculator tells you.

In Florida, the pre-screening tool (the ACCESS Florida Pre-screening Tool) is used to screen for the following:

  • Help buying food
  • Cash Assistance
  • Low or no cost health care
  • Help paying Medicare premiums

So, when you answer the questions asked, you are being screened for eligibility for Food Assistance, Cash Assistance, Low or no cost health care, and help paying Medicare premiums. You should take the time and answer the questions accurately and truthfully. You may just want to apply for Florida Food Stamps but your household situation may qualify you for other benefits. Click here to go to the calculator. We have included a copy of the form you are going to complete below, including the questions: Here is a link to a pdf version of the Florida Food Stamp Calculator Questions, which shows you the entire form. Click on the “back” button on your browser to return to this page.

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Florida Food Stamp Calculator

To go to the pre-screening calculator, click here. If you need instructions on how to apply for benefits, click here.

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Florida Food Stamps Eligibility

The Florida Food Assistance Program helps eligible low-income families and individuals buy food needed for good health. Food Assistance benefits are intended to supplement other household income and may only be used to purchase food.  If you meet the program eligibility guidelines, you will get a special debit card (called an EBT Card). The EBT card is loaded monthly with the money you qualify for. You can then use the card to purchase food at grocery and other approved locations. The amount of money a household gets may depend on three things:

  • household income from all sources (earned and unearned) such as money you get from a job, Social Security, SSI, or interest
  • how many people live in your household
  • where you live

If you want to apply for Florida Food Stamps, you have to make sure you qualify and are eligible. There are strict eligibility requirements that you must follow to apply for Food Assistance. In this article, we will discuss the guidelines for qualifying for assistance.

Florida Food Stamps Eligibility Guidelines

Proof of Identity – Applicants must provide proof of their identity to show that they are the person they claim to be.

Work Rules – If you are between the ages of 18-50 and are healthy, you must work at least 20 hours a week to receive Food Stamps. If you are not working or participating in a workfare program, then you can only receive Food Stamps for three months in every three year period.

Residency – The applicant must live in the state of Florida.

Citizenship – You must be a U.S. citizen or have a qualified noncitizen status to apply for Florida Food Stamps.

Social Security Number – Individuals must provide a Social Security Number or proof they have applied for one.

Child Support Requirement: You may be required to cooperate with the state in establishing paternity and providing child support.

Income and Deductions –  Under federal rules, to be eligible for Food Assistance, a household’s income and resources must meet three tests:

  • Its gross monthly income — that is, its income before any of the program’s deductions are applied — generally must be at or below 130 percent of the poverty line.  For a family of three, the poverty line in federal fiscal year 2014 is $1,628 a month.  Thus, 130 percent of the poverty line for a three-person family is $2,116 a month, or about $25,400 a year.  The poverty level is higher for bigger families and lower for smaller families.
  • Its net income, or income after deductions are applied, must be at or below the poverty line.
  • Its assets must fall below certain limits:  households without an elderly or disabled member must have assets of $2,000 or less, and households with an elderly or disabled member must have assets of $3,250 or less.

Income Chart

Income is one of the most important criteria for Florida Food Stamps Eligibility. Each household that is applying for assistance must have their total monthly gross income compared to a percentage of the federal poverty level, as described above. Gross Income means a household’s total income before deductions. Deductions allowed include childcare, medical expenses and housing cost. When you subtract the deductions from the Gross income, you get the Net Income amount. The chart below shows you the Gross Income and Net Income levels required for qualification, based on the number of people in each household.

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Florida Food Stamps Eligibility 

Who CANNOT Apply for Food Stamps? 

You are not eligible for Florida Food Stamps if you have been convicted of drug trafficking, are running away from a felony warrant, have intentionally violated a court-ordered program, or are a student in an institution of higher education (there are exceptions if you are working, a single parent, or other special cases). Also, those who break Food Assistance Program rules on purpose and non-citizens without a qualified status are not eligible to apply.

As with every government program, there are do and don’t. That is true for the Food Assistance Program.

Foods You Can Buy With EBT Card (Food Stamps Card)

  • Breads and cereals
  • Fruits and vegetables
  • Meats, fish, and poultry
  • Dairy products
  • Seeds and plants to grow and produce food for the household to eat

What you CANNOT buy with the EBT Card (Food Stamps Card)

  • Beer, wine, liquor, cigarettes, or tobacco
  • Pet food, soaps, paper products, or household supplies
  • Vitamins and other medicines
  • Food that will be eaten in the store
  • Hot Foods

It is very important that you only buy the foods allowed under the Food Stamp program. Engaging in any illegal use of the EBT card may cause you to lose your benefits. And once they are revoked, you will never be allowed on the program or be eligible to apply for Food Stamps again.

If you meet the Florida Food Stamps Eligibility requirements and want to apply for Food Stamps, click here.

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Apply for Florida Food Stamps

If you live in the state of Florida, have low income and need help paying for food, you may qualify for the Food Assistance Program (Food Stamps). The Florida Food Assistance program helps people with low-income with money to buy healthy food. To apply for Florida Food Stamps, follow the instructions below:

Florida Food Stamps Application Process

Step 1 – Florida Food Stamps Eligibility Requirements

The first thing you need to do is to determine if you are eligible to apply for food assistance. This is important because you don’t want to waste your time and effort going through the application process only to find out that you do not qualify for assistance. A lot of applicants have found this out the hard way where they go through the entire process almost to the end and then find out they missed an important requirement. They end up being denied. Here are the Eligibility Requirements below. Make sure you read them carefully. If you cannot read the image or want to increase the size of the font, click on the image. Be sure to click on the “back” button to return to the rest of the article:

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Florida Food Stamps Eligibility

 Who CANNOT Apply for Food Assistance 

You are not eligible for Florida Food Stamps if you have been convicted of drug trafficking, are a fleeing felon, have intentionally violated a court-ordered program, or are a student in an institution of higher education (there are exceptions if you are working, a single parent, or other special cases). Also, those who break Food Assistance Program rules on purpose and non-citizens without a qualified status are not eligible to apply.

If your household passes the Food Assistance Program’s eligibility requirements, the amount of food assistance benefits you get depends on the number of people in your household and how much money is left after certain expenses are subtracted.

Step 2 – Apply for Food Stamps

1. To apply, visit the My ACCESS Florida website by clicking here.

2. Click on the “Apply for Benefits” link on the page. It should take you to a website that looks like the one below. Check the “Apply for benefits” circle (see arrow in the image below) and click on “continue”.

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3. Answer the questions asked and click continue and follow the application instructions until they are complete. On average, it takes about 30 minutes for most people to complete the on-line application. After you’ve completed filling out the application information, you can submit it automatically to the Department of Children and Families by using the e-signature option.

4. Alternatively, you can also print and complete a paper version of the application. To print and a paper version of the application and fill it out by hand, visit this website. You will see a list of forms. Click on the “ACCESS Florida Application” form. Print it out and complete it.  You can mail, fax or take it to any ACCESS Florida customer service center. To find an ACCESS Florida customer service center near you, click here.

5. If you need assistance completing your application, you can walk into one of the Community Partner Network sites near you and get help completing your Food Stamps application. To locate a Community Partner Network site nearest to you, click here.

After you complete your application, here is what happens next.

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My access florida food stamps

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You should visit my access florida food stamps online if you are receiving florida food stamps and would like to check your account information, get customer service phone number or get information on how to file a complaint. The website looks like the picture below:

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If you are getting help buying food, or cash assistance, or help paying for healthcare or help paying your medicare premiums from the state of Florida, then you can use the My Access Account. If you already have a My Access Account, click here to login. If you don’t have an account, here is how to Register:

Register for My Access Florida Food Stamps Account 
Visit the website here. Then click on “Register Now” to set up your new account. The website is going to ask you to create a username and password, which will allow you to be able to login in the future. Be sure to pick a username that is easy to remember. Also, when it comes to picking a password, select a password that is easy for you to remember but difficult for other people to guess – otherwise, your account may be used illegally. Make sure you include numbers and symbols in your password. Avoid using easy to guess passwords like street address number, date of birth, social security number, consecutive digits. If you need help with picking a secure password, visit wikipedia password strength for more tips and help.

Designated Representative
You can also ask someone you trust to act as your designated representative and to help you apply for your assistance with the state or help you manage your account with the state (food stamps, cash or medical assistance account). Your designated representative can create and manage your account online on your behalf.

The my access food stamps account access is available 24/7 so you can check your account information anytime. You can also get information regarding how to contact customer service and speak to a live representative.

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About Florida Food Stamps
If you are thinking about applying for Florida Foods Stamps but don't know where to start, you've come to the right place. Our website provides you the information you need to get approved for the Florida Food Assistance. Once approved, you will receive a Florida EBT Debit Card and be able to manage your card via My Florida Access - which allows you to check Florida EBT Card balance, transactions and get customer service help. If you are looking for the official Florida Food Stamps website, click here. Feel free to use the search box on the page to locate the information you are looking for. If you have specific questions about this site, email us. We hope you find our website useful.