Impact on able-bodied adults without dependents

Time limits are now suspended across Oregon because of the COVID-19 pandemic. This means that those considered Able Bodied Adults without Dependents (ABAWDs) do not need to meet work requirements in order to continue receiving SNAP. No SNAP benefits will be reduced or cut off for participants because of not meeting work requirements. Learn more about food access during COVID-19 at oregonhunger.org/covid-19/.

Time limits are now suspended across Oregon because of the COVID-19 pandemic. This means that no one considered an ABAWD (an adult ages 18-50 who does not have a child on their SNAP case) needs to meet work requirements in order to continue receiving SNAP. No SNAP benefits will be reduced or cut off for participants because of not meeting work requirements.

If you have been cut off of SNAP because of time limits in the past, please reapply as you may now be eligible.

Please help spread the word so all Oregonians know they can access SNAP without worries about time limits.

Contact DHS

  • Benton County
    541-757-5082
  • Clackamas County
    503-731-4777
  • Clatsop County
    503-325-2021
  • Jackson County
    541-858-3104
  • Linn County
    541-757-5050
  • Marion County
    503-373-7512
  • Multnomah County
    971-673-2422 or 971-673-2333
  • Polk County
    503-373-7512
  • Tillamook County
    503-842-4453
  • Washington County
    503-693-4769
  • Yamhill County
    503-373-7512

Local offices in Deschutes County:

  • Bend
    541-388-6010
  • La Pine
    541-536-5380
  • Redmond
    541-548-5547

Local offices in Lane County:

  • Cottage Grove
    541-942-9186
  • Florence
    541-997-8251
  • McKenzie Center
    541-686-7878
  • Springfield
    541-726-3525
  • West Eugene
    541-686-7722