Important Message(s)

Due to changes in the federal law, emergency food allotments are ending in February and your food benefit amount will decrease to normal benefit levels beginning March 2023.

To check for additional resources, go to and visit the SNAP Match Programs website to learn about Match Funds so you can purchase more fruits and vegetables. If circumstances in your life have changed, you may qualify for a different food benefit amount.

You can report a change in household size, income or expenses, or apply for additional assistance on this page, by calling 877-501-2233, or visiting your local Community Services Office.

Tribal Outstations are now open to assist with DSHS services, such as applications for cash, food and medical assistance. EBT cards are issued at select locations. Use the Office Locator to find a location near you. 

Narrow your search and find a location near you:

1. Enter your zip code in the Find a DSHS Office or Resource search field.
2. Click Find.
3. Tribal outstations have the word Outstation at the end of the office’s name.
4. To see what services are offered at the outstation, click View Details and review the Location Services section.

DSHS has recently heard about EBT fraud and urge all EBT card users to protect their account information. You can access your account online by visiting The ebtEDGE site provides access to services like freezing your EBT card, and blocking out of state or online transactions.


Washington Connection offers a fast and easy way for families and individuals to apply for a variety of services such as Food, Cash, Child Care, Long-Term Care, and Medicare Savings Programs. Individuals that are age 65 or older, blind or disabled may also apply for medical assistance. Click “See If I Qualify” to get started. Watch Video

Washington Healthplanfinder offers healthcare coverage for children, parents/caretakers with children, pregnant women, or adults age 18 to 64 years old. For information regarding available services or to apply for benefits, visit

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