Address:7431 Astor AveHanover Park, IL 60133Map & Directions
Services: Hanover Township provides services to individuals, families, couples, and seniors. **General Assistance provides a small cash grant to eligible persons *The Food Pantry provides food to residents once every 15 days, and also come once a week on Wednesday or Fridays for bread See website **The Emergency Assistance Program can provide financial assistance to eligible persons in cases of eviction and gas, electric, and/or water cut off notices **The Holiday Sponsor a Family program enables donors to provide gifts for specific families ** See Related Resources under Details tab for services for youth, families and Seniors in Hanover Township. **Services are available in Spanish.**Hanover Township encompasses the Cook County sections of Elgin, Bartlett, and Hanover Park, most of Streamwood, and unincorporated sections of Hoffman Estates and Schaumburg. **Community resources can be found on the website under Resources.
Hours: Office: 8:30 am-4:30 pm Monday-Friday; Food Pantry: 1:00 pm-6:00 pm Tuesday, 11:00 am-3:00 pm Wednesday thru Friday, 9:00 am-11:30 am Saturday. Closed on Monday.
Eligibility: Must be a resident of Hanover Township. For General Assistance grant, the client cannot be eligible for any other state or federal assistance with the exception of medical assistance benefits.
Documents To Bring: Call for an appointment. For Food pantry, come in during hours --need a photo ID and a gas or electric bill to verify residency at intake.
Address:2380 Glendale Terrace # 8Hanover Park, IL 60133Map & Directions
Services: Centro de Informacion offers the following services in this area:
Hours: Tue, Thu, Fri, 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm).
Address:7620 Madison StRiver Forest, IL 60305Map & Directions
Services: The Ministry seeks to build community between people from all walks of life to bring about self sufficiency, hope, and justice using a food pantry serves as a bridge to support for substance abuse, health issues as well as providing a platform for social justice with education and empowerment activities. Food pantry serving 400 families a week is coupled with substance abuse counseling, referrals, and AA meetingsin addition to ESL classes for 20 Latino women, an After-School program for Latino children, worship services for three seperate churches, pastoral care, and a parish nurse with support groups and health programs for the elderly and mentally ill.
Address:3808 W Iowa StChicago, IL 60651Map & Directions
Services: Mission of Their Lady of the Angels aims to care for the physical (food, clothing, afterschool program) and spiritual needs of the impoverished citizens of West Humboldt Park, Chicago. They distribute food and household goods to 250+ families once a month.
Address:3744 N Damen AveChicago, IL 60618Map & Directions
Services: Common Pantry is dedicated to providing emergency food supplies and personal items to individuals and families in need. They provide food assistance to approximately 800 individuals per month who are living below the federal proverty guidelines.Program:Emergency Food DistributionBudget: $57,500Category: Human ServicesPopulation Served: Poor/Economically Disadvantaged, Indigent, General
Program Description: Each Wednesday, Common Pantry hosts two emergency food distribution sessions that assist over 300 households each month. Nonperishable foods, dry goods, bread, produce, dairy products and meats are provided in a client choice model of distributionProgram:Home Delivery ProgramBudget: $7,600Category: Human ServicesPopulation Served: Aging/Elderly/Senior Citizens
Program Description: Common Pantry provides a monthly home delivery of emergency food supplies to senior citizens in their community. They currently assist over 30 households each month.Program:Produce DistributionBudget: $7,100Category: Human ServicesPopulation Served: Poor/Economically Disadvantaged, Indigent, General
Program Description: Common Pantry hosts a monthly distribution focused on fresh fruits and vegetables. They currently provide produce to nearly 200 households each month.Program:Common Community ServicesBudget: $47,000Category: Human ServicesPopulation Served: Poor/Economically Disadvantaged, Indigent, General
Program Description: Common Pantry hosts a weekly Common Community program focused on peripheral social service needs of clients coming to us for food assistance. They help clients with SNAP applications, housing/shelter needs, job training assistance and have a representative from UIC that provides workshops and classes on nutrition, healthy eating and cooking. They also provide a lunch service each week via the Common Community Program.
Address:1871 High Grove LnNaperville, IL 60540Map & Directions
Services: Loaves & Fishes provides food and leadership in the community by uniting and mobilizing resources to empower people to be self-sufficient. Their program attempts to end the hunger crisis in their area by conducting ftheir weekly on-site food distributions highlighted by special efforts to provide nutrition for infants and school-age children. They also conduct monthly deliveries of food to homebound elderly and disabled clients.
Services: Provides information about food pantries and referrals to food pantries in the Chicago area and surrounding communities.
Area Served: Chicago and surrounding communities
Address:8225 Columbia AveMunster, IN 46321Map & Directions
Services: Provides nonperishable food to persons in need. Clients make their own selection from available items. Limited service area.
Hours: Mon, Wed, and Fri 9am-noon; Tues and Thurs 1pm-4pm CT
Eligibility: * Living in the cities of Hammond, Munster, Griffith, Highland, Saint John, Dyer,and Schererville in Lake County* Not used this pantry within the past 30 days
Address:350 E Washington StJoliet, IL 60433Map & Directions
Services: Non-Denominational organization dedicated to relieving the spiritual and physical hunger of the poor. They do this by providing food for the hungry, clothing for the needy, shelter for the homeless and the Gospel of Jesus Christ for all. 6 month homeless recovery program for men.Program:East Side CafeBudget: NaNCategory: Population Served:
Program Description: Serve three meals a day Monday through Saturday and breakfast and lunch on Sunday. Served over 135,000 meals.Program:Drop In CenterBudget: NaNCategory: Population Served:
Program Description: A day drop in center that allows guests to access computers to find jobs and housing. Each guest must meet with a casemanager for evaluation. It also allows guest to have a safe place to stay during the day.Program:Family ShelterBudget: NaNCategory: Population Served:
Program Description: Motel style rooms available for families who find themselves homeless and are wishing to make a new start. Each room has three beds abd are connecting to allow for a larger family to stay together.Program:Hope HouseBudget: NaNCategory: Population Served:
Program Description: 3/4 house for men graduating for the 180 club program. The participants must have a job and pay a minimal rent. They are required to attend weekly support groups and church. They are still casemanged but on a monthly basis instead of daily or weekly. The participants are re-evaluated every six months to see if another six months is needed or desired.
Address:735 213th StDyer, IN 46311Map & Directions
Services: Provides nonperishable food to persons in need in Northwest for head of household