In the state of California, there are currently 2.5 million households receiving SNAP benefits or Food Stamps, with about 4.5 million Californians receiving benefits in November 2021 alone. If you are currently receiving SNAP benefits in California, knowing when your food stamps will be deposited into your EBT card is important in helping you budget for the month. In this post, we will provide the California SNAP Payment Schedule for April 2022, including Cash Assistance deposits.
For the May schedule, click here.
California SNAP Payment Schedule for April 2022
In the state of California, each county distributes SNAP benefits to those who qualify.
In addition, there is no single date on which all SNAP benefits are issued.
Instead, in all counties, benefits are sent out over the first 10 days of every month, based on the last digit of your case number.
See below for the CalFresh payment schedule for California for April 2022.
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CalFresh Benefits are deposited on
California EBT Cash Benefit Schedule for 2022
When your Cash Assistance benefit is deposited on your EBT Card depends on the last digit of your case number.
Benefits are available on Weekends and Holidays.
Any remaining balance on your EBT card is added to the next month’s balance.
Here is the schedule of payment based on the last digit of your case number:
|Case Number ends in||Cash Assistance Benefits are deposited on|
How much will I get in California Food Stamps?
The chart below shows the maximum SNAP benefits you can get based on the number of people in your household.
To calculate the exact amount you are likely to get based on your household income, see our post on California SNAP Calculator.
|Household Size||Maximum SNAP Allotment|
|For each additional member over 8||$188|
Food Stamps: April Benefits for California Recipients
All SNAP households should receive their April benefits according to schedule.
If you did not receive your food stamps on schedule, call the SNAP office to find out why.
Additionally, you can use CalFresh benefits to purchase produce at farmers’ markets, including markets that offer double bucks.
How to apply for California COVID rent relief
If you are struggling to pay your rent in the state of California, we have some good news.
Renters and landlords have until March 31, 2022, to apply for the California COVID-19 Rent Relief Program.
The rent relief program is intended to help renters who have been financially impacted by the coronavirus pandemic and have unpaid rent, upcoming rent, and utilities.
Rental assistance will not be considered earned income and will not impact eligibility for other assistance programs such as CalFresh or CalWORKS, according to the overview.
Applications can be submitted online.
Priority will be given to individuals most at-risk for eviction, according to the program overview.
To apply, renters need to provide ONE of the following:
- 2020 tax return
- 2020 W2 and 1099G if unemployed
- Current pay stubs
- Proof of participation in a state or federal subsidy programs such as CalFresh or CalWORKS (2020 or 2021 acceptance or renewal letter is preferred)
- For utility assistance, provide invoices or statements for any unpaid utility, trash, and internet bills after April 1, 2020
If you have any questions about the rent relief program, call the California COVID-19 Rent Relief Call Center at 1-833-430-2122 with questions.
Additionally, you can call 1-833-687-0967 for assistance in a language other than English, to ask questions about eligibility, or to get help filling out an application and more.
California SNAP Payment Schedule for April 2022 Summary
Here’s the bottom line about California SNAP Payment Schedule for April 2022:
SNAP households in all counties in California should have their SNAP deposits between April 1st – April 10th.
We hope this post on California SNAP Payment Schedule for April was helpful.
If you have further questions about California SNAP or EBT Card, please let us know in the comments section below.
Also, be sure to check out our other articles about California SNAP and EBT, including: