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Mississippians Who Have Been Affected by Severe Weather Can Get SNAP Replacement Benefits | Latest Update!


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According to authorities with the Mississippi Department of Human Services (MDHS), SNAP families that lost food as a result of the storms that struck the state on March 22 may be entitled to request a replacement of their benefits (MDHS).

If food purchased with SNAP benefits is lost or damaged as a consequence of a disaster such as a flood, fire, or severe weather, it may be possible to get your benefits reinstated.


This collection of photographs depicts scenes of the devastation produced by heavy storms in the Central Mississippi region.
The amount of SNAP replacement benefits that can be given to a household in the event of a loss is determined by the amount of the loss; however, the amount of the replacement benefits cannot exceed the maximum amount of SNAP benefits that can be awarded to the household for the month.

The MDHS requires that households report a disaster to their local MDHS office no later than ten days after the date of the incident to be considered for the replacement of SNAP funds. The disaster likely occurred within the state’s boundaries.

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