Anyone on public assistance who lost their food because of storm-related power outages can get replacement food stamps.
The Department of Health and Human Resources said it is adjusting the Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program to help families who are in need because of the storm.
Anyone who lost food in June can apply for replacement benefits through their local DHHR offices.
The deadline is Monday, but DHHR officials said that could be extended with federal government approval.
The storms that tore across West Virginia on June 29 affected 53 of 55 counties and initially left more than 680,000 people without power. Since then, temperatures have been in the 90s.
As of Friday afternoon, the number of people still awaiting electricity had fallen under 200,000. More than 41,000 of those were in Kanawha County.