Food stamps: January SNAP payments for Kansas residents worth up to $1,751 end in two days

Kansas households that have not received payments from the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program can expect their benefits to arrive in the next two days before the program wraps up for January.

In Kansas, SNAP benefits are sent out from the 1st through the 10th of each month, and they are sent out based on the first letter of a household’s last name.

The average payment per household member per month is $171. Approximately 195,800 people, about 7% of the population, receive food stamps in Kansas.

Households with last names beginning with A through S should have collected food stamps by Monday. Last names with T, U, and V should receive payments on Tuesday, and W, X, Y, and Z last names should collect benefits Wednesday.

Individuals or families who become eligible for SNAP benefits after their birth year’s section has passed or after Jan. 10 will
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