It’s time to find out about the food stamps worth $1,074 are coming this month and millions will be ready for It. Officials started allocating the additional support, worth at least $95, on recipients Bridge Cards from February 19 and benefits will continue to be allocated until February 28. Around 1.3million people in 700,000 households are set to receive the extra benefits in total, according to a statement from the Governor’s Office. Governor Gretchen Whitmer said: “While case numbers and hospitalizations are headed in the right direction, Michigan families still need extra assistance to put food stamps on the table as we face rising costs. “We will continue to put Michiganders first and stay focused on growing our economy, putting more money in people’s pockets, and lowering costs for families.” Eligible families are not required to apply for the extra assistance and they will be loaded onto cards as a separate payment.
Some residents in Michigan started receiving additional snap payments support from April 2020 – just a month after pandemic was declared a pandemic. And in May 2021, all eligible SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program) households received extra food stamps benefit.
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