Registration with MyFlorida Access is relevant to automatic community registration on the website (login page) maintained by MyAccessFlorida.com through the Florida Department of Children and Families.
This is where Florida residents can apply for Food Stamps (under the Food Assistance Program), Social Funds (under the Temporary Grant Program), and Medicaid.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the My Florida program?
This program was created to help families buy good, healthy food. However, the Myflorida program has been an online exchange for buyers and sellers for more than two years.
Do restaurants and fast food stores in Florida accept EBT?
Yes, some restaurants and fast food outlets in Florida accept EBT. Your Florida EBT card can be used at restaurants and fast food outlets if you meet the Dining Out Program (RMP) eligibility criteria.
When do I receive my services on my EBT card?
In Florida, grocery brand benefits are paid electronically to your EBT card on a staggered payment schedule. Florida SNAP benefits are credited to your debit card account from the 1st to the 28th of each month on the specified payment date. Gift certificate benefits are credited to your Florida EBT card based on your case number.
How do I verify my request for access to Florida?
To check the status of the MyFlorida Access app, report a change, request new services, or, among other things, request details about your current benefits, you can access your account online 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
How do I replace my Florida EBT card?
If your Florida EBT card is lost or stolen, please contact Florida EBT customer service first to report the problem. Your EBT card will be deactivated by contacting customer service. This means that you will no longer have access to your EBT card benefits until you receive your replacement card. Your replacement Florida EBT card will be shipped to your registered mailing address via USPS First Class Mail within 5-7 business days.