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How to Contact Your SNAP Office in Alaska

Many people need to know the Alaska food stamp information number as they may have questions or concerns about their food stamps eligibility or enrollment. Food stamps customer service information varies from state to state as the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) is federally-funded but managed by each state separately. It is important for food stamps applicants and existing beneficiaries to have the food stamps contact info including the food stamps phone number so they can address any issues they may be having regarding food assistance. Sometimes food benefits contact information will vary from county to county and city to city. To learn more about contacting food stamps customer service in Alaska, continue reading the information below.

How to Contact the Alaska Food Stamps Office by Phone

The AK food stamps program is overseen by the Alaska Department of Health and Social Services, Division of Public Assistance. To reach the Division of Public Assistance (DPA) use the Alaska food stamps phone number: 907-465-3347. The food stamps fax number for this program is: 907-465-5254.

How to Contact the Alaska Food Stamps Office by Mail

To contact Alaska DPA customer service by mail, send your correspondence to the following address:

P.O. Box 110640

Juneau, AK 99811

How to Contact the Alaska Food Stamps Office Online

Any Alaska food stamps customer service concerns can be sent to the Division of Public Assistance via email.

Many important pieces of food stamps information can be accessed by creating a myAlaska account. SNAP customer service can also be contacted through this account. EBT card customer service issues can also be addressed online.

How to Speak to an Alaska Food Stamps Office Worker in Person

Food stamps applicants can fill out and turn in the food stamps application at a local office of the Division of Public Assistance. Food stamps customer services issues can also be addressed in person. There are over 15 local offices of the DPA across the state. Food stamps interviews are usually contacted at one of these locations.