Montana Ebt Customer Service Numbers

  1. Inquires: 1 (406) 444-5622

  2. Alternative: (866) 632-9992

  3. Additional: (866) 850-1556

  4. Head Office Location: 111, North Sanders Street, 301, Helena, MT 59601, Montana, United States
  5. Driving Direction: Follow the directions to locate Montana Ebt
  6. Send Message at: program.intake@usda.gov.
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How To Contact Montana Ebt Via Message?
Contact us: You can write a text message to Montana Ebt for any issue through the contact us page of dphhs.mt.gov/.
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For Any Enquiry/Inquiry and Customer Service Support
Service Support: You can avail service support from Montana Ebt by following the given path.
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How to Order Related Detail at Montana Ebt?
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What is Montana Ebt in the Process of?

The Montana Ebt or Electronic Benefit Transfer card is similar to debit card that helps the unprivileged to obtain healthy and nutritious food through food stamp, Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) and Transitional Employment Assistance (TEA) programs within the state. It is a magnetically encoded payment card and can be used at authorized grocery stores, farmer markets and supermarkets to Buy healthy and nutritious food. The Montana Access Cards can not be used to buy alcoholic beverages, pet foods, nonfood items, tobacco and paper products. It helps millions of people living at or below the poverty line to obtain healthy and nutritious food. A unique Personal Identification Number (PIN) is provided to the individuals to access the card for security reasons.