How do I talk to someone at Tennessee food stamps?

How do I talk to someone at Tennessee food stamps?

To provide feedback about SNAP or Families First, please call the Family Assistance Service Center at 1 (866) 311-4287. To provide feedback about your EBT card, please call the EBT Customer Service line at 1 (888) 997-9444.

How do I report income change for food stamps in Tennessee?

You can report changes by using this email submission form. How do I replace a lost or stolen EBT card? If you can’t find your EBT card, call the Tennessee EBT hotline as soon as you can: 1-888-997-9444.

What is the income limit for food stamps 2021 Tennessee?

View coronavirus (COVID-19) resources on Visit for live updates….Who is eligible for Tennessee Food Stamp Program?

Household Size* Maximum Income Level (Per Year)
1 $17,667
2 $23,803
3 $29,939
4 $36,075

What is Tennessee’s Department of human service doing?

At Tennessee’s Department of Human Service (DHS) our mission is to build strong families by connecting Tennesseans to employment, education and support services. As we face COVID-19 together, DHS has adjusted our operations to help keep our customers and community healthier by reducing practices that make it easy to spread COVID-19.

How do I apply for benefits in Tennessee Department of Human Services?

The Tennessee Department of Human Services has upgraded its systems, with a new one-stop-shop to apply for benefits, manage your case, file an appeal, and more. Click the tile below to access the new One DHS Customer Portal, or click here to learn more.

How do I contact TDHS in Tennessee?

TDHS has offices to serve all 95 counties in Tennessee and can be reached via phone or visited by scheduled appointment. However, many of these offices have COVID-19 safety measures in place and are closed to “through traffic.” Click Here to learn more about COVID-19 precautions of Click Here for a list of TDHS office locations.

How are early childhood services managed in the state of Tennessee?

Within the Child Care Services section, statewide early childhood-related services are managed through child care partners including Child Care Resource & Referral (CCR&R), Tennessee Early Childhood Training Alliance (TECTA), and Tennessee’s Outstanding Providers Supported through Available Resources (TOPSTAR).