partners with more than 1,000 programs and agencies in Northeast Ohio. Use the interactive map to find your nearest food pantry or hot meal site, or call to locate additional free local resources.
focuses on caring for individuals whose diminished mobility makes it hard to shop for or prepare food. Generally serves adults 60 and over, although age requirements can vary by program and areas served.
a/k/a as food assistance or food stamps, helps individuals and families to pay for food. Must meet eligibility.
open six days a week, the Resource Center provides respite day shelter for the poor and homeless, as well as outreach, wellness and self-sufficiency programs.
Link to local offices where you can apply.. WIC gives access to healthy food, nutrition education and breastfeeding guidance. Pregnant, a caregiver, or a mom with a child under 5, caregivers with a low to medium income and those who are part of other programs such as foster care, medical assistance, or SNAP are eligible.