Address:25415 Lake RdBay Village, OH 44140Map & Directions
Services: Provides a three-day supply of food to those in need.
Hours: Generally, last Friday of the month: 10:00am-12:00noon.
Eligibility: Must be a resident of Bay Village, or a member of Bay Presbyterian Church.
Documents To Bring: Completed application, which must be done annually.
Address:398 W Bagley RoadBerea, OH 44017Map & Directions
Services: Provides a three day supply of groceries (canned and dry foods) packed according to family size.
Hours: 2nd Friday of each month: 10:00am-3:00pm; 4th Friday of each month: 4:00pm-7:00pm. NOVEMBER and DECEMBER: this changes to the 2nd and 3rd Friday (same times).
Eligibility: Serves residents of Berea, Brook Park, Columbia Station, Middleburg Heights, Olmsted Falls and Strongsville. Client can receive assistance once each month. Serves those who have low income or experiencing temporary financial hardship.
Documents To Bring: Proof of residency (a utility bill with current address is acceptable) and family size (birthdates or photo I.D.)
Address:1330 N Carpenter RdBrunswick, OH 44212Map & Directions
Services: Offers a walk-in food pantry for people in need. Provides up to two bags of non-perishable food items per visit.
Hours: Pantry is only staffed W: 10:00am-12:00pm(Noon)
Eligibility: Serves Brunswick City and Brunswick Hills Twp. Client can only receive service once per month.
Documents To Bring: Must show proof of residency such as a utility bill or a post-marked piece of mail (current)
Address:9900 Denison AveCleveland, OH 44102Map & Directions
Services: Provides a three-day supply of food.
Hours: Fourth Tuesday of every month 10:00am-11:30am; except December: Tuesday, December 21, 2010: 10:00am-11:30am
Eligibility: Residents of 44102 who meet TEFAP guidelines. Client can receive assistance once a month.
Documents To Bring: Proof of residency and family size: photo or State I.D., school records, social security cards, or medical records.
Address:799-899 E 82nd StCleveland, OH 44103Map & Directions
Services: Provides emergency food for 3-4 days to those in need.
Hours: Last F of each month: 8:00am-12:00noon, except in November and December when it is held on an earlier Friday of the month so that clients have food for the holidays (call for specific date).
Eligibility: Must reside in zip codes 44103, 44108, or the northwest part of 44106 (includes Ansel Rd., otherwise decided on a case-by-case basis), and have income at or below poverty level. However no one is turned away.
Documents To Bring: Proof of Residence - utility bill. Proof of Income - welfare letter, paycheck, or Social Security statement. Photo ID. Proof of family size (children).
Address:1211 E 105th StCleveland, OH 44108Map & Directions
Services: Offers a food pantry that provides about a three-five day supply of food. Does not provide any other type of assistance, only food.
Hours: January through October: 4th Saturday of the month Sa: 8:00am-10:00am; November and December: 3rd Saturday of the month Sa: 8:00am-10:00am.
Eligibility: Must be low-income. Targets those who live in the zip code areas 44108, 44106, and 44103. Client can receive assistance once per month.
Documents To Bring: Photo I.D. for head of household; Proof of residency such as a current utility bill. Completed registration form.
Address:2829 Euclid AveCleveland, OH 44115Map & Directions
Services: Provides a variety of food services for those with HIV/AIDS. Provides two grocery bags of non-perishable food, food supplements, special fortified frozen meal delivery (5-day supply delivered each week), and 7 day home-delivered maintenance meals for the homebound (1 hot/1 cold -diabetic and low-sodium accommodated). Offers transportation for medical HIV-related appointments and nutrition counseling also.
Hours: Varies: days, evenings and weekends. Fortified frozen meals are delivered once per week. Hot/cold meals are delivered as often as 5-7 days per week, including weekends and holidays.
Eligibility: Those with HIV. For fortified frozen meal delivery, must be at risk of wasting; for hot/cold meals, must be homebound. Client can receive 2 bags of food once per month.
Documents To Bring: Varies. For home delivered meals and supplements will need a written referral from a physician and proof of residency and income.
Address:2 Community DrBrecksville, OH 44141Map & Directions
Services: Provides a one-week supply of emergency food.
Hours: By appointment, on the 3rd Wednesday of the month 12:00Noon-4:00pm; may arrange other hours for emergencies.
Eligibility: Brecksville residents. Must meet HEAP income guidelines. Client can only receive service once per month.
Documents To Bring: Proof of residency; Identification; Proof of family size; Signed documentation declaring you meet state income guidelines.
Address:283 Union StBedford, OH 44146Map & Directions
Services: Provides a one-time three-day supply of food to those in need.
Hours: By appointment
Eligibility: Residents of Bedford, Bedford Heights, Walton Hills, and Sagamore Hills who are in need and are age 60 years or older.
Documents To Bring: Will be advised
Address:614 W Superior Ave #744Cleveland, OH 44113Map & Directions
Services: Provides a 3-5 day supply of groceries (canned and dry foods to make up 3 meals a day) packed according to family size. Occasionally, baby formula may be available.
Hours: Tu, Th: 9:30am-11:30am; last Saturday of the month: 9:30am-11:45am. Generally, closed on Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve/Day, New Years Eve/Day, and all major holidays.
Eligibility: Serves residents of Bedford, Bedford Heights, Bentleyville, Glenwillow, Maple Heights, Oakwood, Solon and Walton Hills. Exact boundaries may be determined by calling 211/First Call For Help. Service may be recieved once per month. Generally, income should be 200% of the Federal Poverty Limit or less. Households that do not meet the income guidelines but have extenuating circumstances (such as loss of income or some other financial hardship) may be served on a case by case basis.
Documents To Bring: Proof of Address/Residency: Current postmarked utility bill, Ohio Works First (OWF) statement, or other official document (such as that received from Social Security). Proof of Income: Public assistance benefit letter, Social Security benefit letter, Medicaid Card or paycheck stub. If income is over the guidelines, must bring proof of extraordinary medical expenses. Proof of Family Size: Birth certificates, Medicaid/Medical cards, or school enrollment forms (for each member of the household). Photo I.D. (For client AND his or her representative, if disabled.) However, individuals can be served once without documents. If income is over the guidelines, may be asked to bring proof of extraordinary extra monthly expenses.