To be eligible for food services, clients must be either be enrolled in SNAP (Food Stamps), have an income level within 200% of the federal poverty guidelines, be without stable housing or experiencing a crisis situation. A current photo ID and proof of address are required to take part in our monthly food program.
Food is made available to our clients through partnerships with Second Harvest Food Bank and through the support of area churches and businesses, as well as through community food drives and donations. The Nutrition Center also provides monthly groceries for seniors who live in residential settings. Nutrition education, cooking, healthy recipes, shopping on a budget and general wellness classes are offered as well. Food is provided to clients on an emergency basis, monthly or weekly (for those clients who are homeless).