If you have applied for Georgia SNAP Benefits and are looking to submit your requested documents using the Georgia Food Stamps Fax Number, we have provided that information below. However, you first have to make sure you are following the right procedures so that you don’t submit documents that are not required.
Step 1: Apply for Benefits
Before you fax any documents, you need to make sure you apply for Food Stamps in Georgia and are eligible. Check your eligibility here. If you are eligible, you can apply by following the steps listed in this article.
Step 2: Attend In-Person Interview
Once you apply for SNAP benefits in Georgia, you will be invited for an in person interview with a case worker. Before that interview, there are documents you will be asked to bring. See below for the list of documents. During the interview, you will be asked questions to confirm your eligibility for food assistance. You will be asked questions about your household’s income, resources, rent or mortgage, and utility costs. If there are documents you did not bring or forgot to bring to the interview, the case worker will ask you to send those documents when you get home. The caseworker should provide you a fax number to send the documents to. If they did not give you a fax number, send your documents to the fax number below.
Georgia Food Stamps Fax Number
If you are faxing documents regarding your food stamps application, make sure you include your case number, name and other identifiers that will help the case worker attach your documents to your file. Don’t make it harder for them to find your file and add the documents you are faxing. Send the fax to the number below:
That is the fax for the constituent services section of the Division of Family and Children Services that handles Food Stamps/SNAP Benefits Applications.
Document Required for Application Interview
If you are having issues sending your fax, tell us below in the comments section.