Montana distributes SNAP payments over five days each month, starting on the 2nd. February’s payments will be disbursed from Feb. 2 to 6. The date recipients get their payments depends on their SNAP case number, account number, Social Security number, or last name.
To qualify for SNAP payments in Montana, a single-person household cannot have a net monthly income above $1,215, and an eight-person household cannot have a net monthly income above $4,214.
The household size of recipients determines the size of their SNAP payments. Single-person households receive $291 per month, while eight-person households receive up to $1,751 per month. In households larger than eight, $219 is added for each additional person.
SNAP benefits can be used at participating locations, including farmers markets and grocery stores.