Florida EBT

You can use the My ACCESS website to apply for the Florida Food Assistance Program (Food Stamps/SNAP), Medical Assistance, and Temporary Financial Assistance for Families with Children (TANF). You can also view your performance information online 24/7.


The Access Florida division uses this platform to reach millions of Florida residents in need of government financial assistance. The program more or less alleviates poverty so that disadvantaged people can benefit from quality health care, access to food, and much more.

What Is Florida EBT?

You should keep a copy of your most recent Florida EBT receipt if you want to know your balance. You can look at the balance on your EBT card online if you do not have your latest ticket. First, you need to enter your EBT card number. You can also call the customer service number on your card (1-888-356-3281).

You will then be prompted to provide the 16-digit number on your EBT card. The card balance will then display. Finally, if you want to check the balance on your card, you can visit a supermarket, or ATM, or check it at a pharmacy point of sale.


How Can I Get Food Stamp Benefits in Florida?

There are three ways to apply for food stamps in Florida:


Registration can be done online through ACCESS Florida (as shown in the image below). Log into your account or create a MyACCESS account if you already have one. For more information, click here.

Face to face

You can apply for foster care in person by visiting the Florida Department of Children and Families (DCF) offices located throughout the state. To find a DCF office in your area, go to this page.

Download the food stamp app

If you prefer to apply in person, you may visit your local DCF office, or you may download, complete, and submit the application online.