SNAP, a federal program administered by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), provides
food stamps to eligible individuals.
If you qualify for SSDI, you can also receive food stamps through an EBT card. However, income and
resource limits apply, and eligibility for SNAP benefits may vary by state.
States have their own eligibility rules for SNAP, and while some may not consider a primary vehicle as an
asset, income and resource limits generally apply nationwide. Some states use federal income limits,
while others set higher limits, potentially expanding the pool of eligible recipients.