Who do I call for FoodShare in Wisconsin?

Who do I call for FoodShare in Wisconsin?

If you are unsure of who you are talking to, hang up, and call your agency or ForwardHealth Member Services at 800-362-3002.

How do I apply for food stamps in Madison WI?

FoodShare Wisconsin helps low-income families and individuals to buy nutritious food….If you want to find out if you can get FoodShare benefits, you can apply:

  1. Online through the ACCESS website. Click “Apply for Benefits.”
  2. By calling your agency.
  3. By going to your agency.
  4. By filling out a paper application.

How do I renew my SNAP benefits?

You can renew your benefits as well as check and manage your status through Georgia Gateway.

  1. Visit the Georgia Gateway website.
  2. Create an account or log in with your existing information.
  3. Fill out the required information and submit your Renewal application.

What is the Wisconsin Department of Health Services doing about FoodShare?

The Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS) has become aware of a fraudulent survey offering cash and additional benefits for FoodShare members. DHS does not give any member additional FoodShare benefits or cash rewards for doing something like completing a survey.

How do I apply for FoodShare benefits?

Families and individuals with limited income and resources may qualify for FoodShare benefits. To check potential eligibility and to apply, please visit ACCESS Wisconsin here. Residents of Dane County can also call the Capital Consortium Call Center at 1 (888) 794-5556 to apply or with general eligibility questions.

How do I apply for FoodShare in Dane County?

Residents of Dane County can also call the Capital Consortium Call Center at 1 (888) 794-5556 to apply or with general eligibility questions. Also, the Dane County Job Center has computers available to complete online applications. For more information regarding FoodShare, please visit the state website here.

What is Foodshare and how does it work?

FoodShare helps people with limited money buy the food they need for good health. Families and individuals with limited income and resources may qualify for FoodShare benefits. To check potential eligibility and to apply, please visit ACCESS Wisconsin here.