Indiana distributes food stamps from the 5th to the 23rd of every month on odd days. Recipients usually see their SNAP benefits reloaded on the same day each month, with a specific date depending on the first letter of the household’s last name.
Households with last names A through V should collect their payments by Sunday. SNAP recipients with last names starting with W, X, Y, and Z will collect their payments on Tuesday, the final payment date for January. Payments will start up again on Feb. 5.
Multiple requirements must be met to be eligible for food stamps, depending on the household and income threshold. The typical asset and resource limit is $5,000 for most households, according to the state government.