A SNAP household can be a person living alone, or a group of people living together (they do not have to be related) who buy food and prepare meals together.
There can be more than one SNAP household in the same house. In this case, “separate household status” is granted to each of the households.
A separate household can be a person who lives with another person or persons, or a group of persons who live together, but for every separate household, the person or persons involved customarily buy and prepare their own food separately from the others. But they don’t have to store their food separately or use a different stove or refrigerator.
No. Spouses who live together are always considered part of the same Food Stamp household.
No. Even if your children are married and/or have children of their own, they cannot be considered a separate food stamp household as long as they’re living with you.
Yes, but the following people who live together must be in the same food stamp household even if they buy and prepare food separately:
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