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Friends in Need Food Shelf

Address:
535 4th St
Saint Paul Park, MN 55071

Map & Directions

(3 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(651) 458-0730

Website:
http://www.finfood.org

Services:
Provides supplemental food

Hours:
Program Hours:- Appointments: 8 am - 6 pm Tuesday; 5:30 pm - 7 pm Wednesday - Emergency Orders: Available other times during the week if needed

Eligibility:
Residents of Cottage Grove, Grey Cloud Island, Newport and Saint Paul Park


Hastings Family Service

Address:
301 2nd St E
Hastings, MN 55033

Map & Directions

(9 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(651) 437-7134

Website:
http://www.hastingsfamilyservice.org

Services:
- Individuals/families receive a seven day supply of groceries including: Fresh or frozen meat, fruit and vegetables, canned and packaged food items, milk, and personal care items. Individuals/families receive a dairy/produce voucher to a local grocery store for perishables or to address special dietary needs. - - - Works with clients to help identify the root cause of the crisis, potential solutions, and other services they may be eligible for through the county, state, or other agencies - - - Food shelf accepts donations of fresh frozen or canned food, personal care items, and cleaning products

Eligibility:
Residents of Hastings Public Schools Independent School District 200 (including cities of Hampton, Hastings, Miesville, New Trier and Vermillion; portions of Denmark, Douglas, Hampton, Marshan, Nininger, Ravenna, Vermillion and Welch townships)


Do not wish to be anything but what you are, and try to be that perfectly.

-- St Francis Sales

Prescott Area Food Shelves

Address:
720 St Croix St # 119
Prescott, WI 54021

Map & Directions

(11 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(715) 262-4143

Website:
http://prescottfoodpantry.com

Services:
Food pantry. Individuals may visit once a month or more if an emergency. Accepts donations of food.

Hours:
Program Hours:5 pm - 7 pm Wednesday; 9 am - 5:30 pm Thursday; other days and times available by appointment

Eligibility:
Residents of Prescott School District


Eagan Resource Center

Address:
3910 Rahn Rd
Saint Paul, MN 55122

Map & Directions

(11 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(651) 686-0787

Website:
http://theopendoorpantry.org

Services:
A bus travels to designated communities on a pre-arranged schedule, stocked with the same foods offered at the Pantry sites. Individuals check in and then walk through the bus to ‘shop’, selecting the foods their family needs. 70% of the food offered on The Mobile Pantry is fresh and perishable.

Hours:
Site Hours:- Donating Food: 8:30 am - 3 pm Monday - Thursday; 8:30 am - 12 noon Friday - Receiving Food: Vary

Eligibility:
Residents of Dakota County


Men do not die from overwork. They die from dissipation and worry.

-- Charles Evans Hughes

North St. Paul Area Emergency Food Shelf

Address:
2538 Seppala Blvd
Saint Paul, MN 55109

Map & Directions

(12 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(651) 770-1309

Website:
http://northstpaulareaemerge.homestead.com/index.html

Services:
Food for 7 days. May be used once a month. Cub gift certificate for milk purchase.

Hours:
Program Hours:10 am - 1 pm Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Appointments will be made for next day. Calls received on Friday will be serviced the following Monday.

Eligibility:
Residents of North St. Paul and Oakdale. Oakdale residents may not use both this food shelf and Christian Cupboard.


Merrick Food Shelf - Woodland Hills

Address:
4715
Saint Paul, MN 55109

Map & Directions

(12 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(651) 287-2088

Website:
http://www.merrickcs.org

Services:
Provides fresh and healthy foods to low income residents of the East Side of St. Paul. Utilizes a client choice model, participants shop for their specific needs while satisfying individual, family, and cultural preferences. Program provides both mobile food shelves and multicultural produce distributions. - - Will provide food for 50 families each day. Eligible participants may use the food shelf once every calendar month.

Hours:
Program Hours:Gustavus Adolphus Lutheran Church (Arcade): 3 pm - 5:30 pm Monday; 10 am - 11 am Tuesday Woodland Hills: 10 am - 12 noon Wednesday; 10 am - 11 am Thursday Clients are encouraged to arrive on time; individuals may have to wait for the next appointment if they are more than 10 minutes late.

Eligibility:
Residents of the following areas: - Case to English to Minnehaha on the north, Soo Railroad to Warner Road on the south, White Bear Avenue on the east, Lafayette to I-94 on the west - Larpenteur Avenue on the north, Carver Avenue to Point Douglas Road on the south, McKnight on the east, White Bear Avenue to Minnehaha to English on the west - Residents of Maplewood - Eligible participants may use the food shelf once per month


Safe Zone

Address:
130 E 7th St
Saint Paul, MN 55101

Map & Directions

(12 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(651) 224-9644

Website:
http://www.face2face.org/get-help/safezone-drop-in-center

Services:
Resource center for homeless, runaway, and low-income youth. Services include: - - - Case management - - - Medical clinic provides general health care, birth control, STI and HIV testing, and pregnancy testing. Services free to those without insurance. - - - GED tutoring and homework assistance during the school year - - - Shower and laundry facility - - - Clothing closet as well as hygiene supplies - - - Food shelf for emergency use - - - Daily hot meal and sandwiches - - - Computer lab/resource room for employment, education and housing assistance - - - Independent living skills program for youth 18 - 24 provides skills training, assistance with housing and employment, and a weekly independent living skills class - - - Sexual health education provides consultation and safer sex supplies through Connect, see separate service - - - Walk-in mental health counseling

Hours:
Program Hours:- 1 pm - 8 pm Monday - Saturday - Medical clinic walk in hours: Monday - Friday afternoons - Mental health clinic walk in hours: 1 pm - 5 pm Monday - Thursday

Eligibility:
Primarily homeless, runaway, and low-income youth 14 - 24 years of age


Heat Share

Address:
401 7th St W
Saint Paul, MN 55102

Map & Directions

(12 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(651) 224-6946

Website:
http://salvationarmynorth.org

Services:
Brown Bag Food: distribution offered monthly for $1/bag senior citizens only. - - Case Management: for families who request budget counseling, personal counseling and other long-term professional services. - - Financial Assistance: applications to the St. Paul Foundation for rent, rent deposit for residents of zip codes 55102, 55103, 55105 and 55116. Financial assistance is quite limited, contact the office about availability. - - Food Shelf: by appointment and walk in. Individuals who make an appointment are allowed to select from the food shelf. Walk in clients receive a full food shelf bag, but will not be involved in item selection. - - Youth Food Shelf - - Vouchers: to the Alley Shoppe for single adults only, for clothing, kitchen goods, and bedding items. - - Seasonal Services: HeatShare, and emergency disaster services - - Food support application assistance (SNAP) - - Community Center: Provides a variety of programs to meet physical, emotional, educational, and spiritual needs including group daily program, summer day camping, senior citizen programs, congregate dining through RAP, athletics, arts and crafts, music and drama, preschool programs, sports, gymnasium, weight training, after school programs, etc.

Eligibility:
Food: Residents in the area bounded by: Mississippi River on the west and south, John Ireland/Kellogg Boulevard on the east, St. Clair to Lexington to Summit Avenue to Dale Street (those who actually live on Dale are served by Hallie Q. Brown) to I94 on the north. Youth Food Shelf: No geographic restrictions. Serves ages 25 and younger with a focus on those 20 and younger. Furniture and seasonal programs: Residents of zip codes 55102, 55103, 55104, 55105, 55107 and 55116. Dakota County residents should be referred to the Dakota County Office. Rent assistance: Residents of zip codes 55102, 55103, 55105 and 55116.


Salvation Army Eastside Corps

Address:
1019 Payne Ave
Saint Paul, MN 55130

Map & Directions

(12 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(651) 776-2653

Website:
http://www.salvationarmynorth.org

Services:
Case management services for families who request budget management, personal counseling and other long-term professional services. - - Financial assistance for rent, deposit, mortgage, some transportation, emergency and supplemental food and other special needs. Applications are taken starting on the 1st of each month (or the next business day). Only a limited number of applications are taken, so applications may only be available on or for a few days after the 1st. Call for availability. - - Food shelf some Asian and East African specialty food products may be available. - - Fresh food distribution of bread, produce, baked goods, and more is available to anyone. Distribution takes place using a lottery system. - - Youth food shelf - - Vouchers for clothing (single adults only), bedding and kitchen items available through Alley Shoppe. Not available during summer when Alley Shoppe is closed. - - Lunch served Monday - Friday - - Thanksgiving meal - - Seasonal services: Family Camp, free yearly Phone Home Project, and emergency disaster services - - Food Support application assistance - - Community Center: 651-776-8169. Provides a variety of programs for all ages designed to meet physical, emotional, educational and spiritual needs including group club activities, summer day camping, senior citizen programs, athletics, arts and crafts, music and drama, preschool program, teen counseling, gymnasium, after school programs, etc.

Eligibility:
Food shelf: Residents in the area bounded by County Road B on the north; Burlington Northern Railroad tracks and Grove Street on the south and west; English Street and Johnson Parkway on the east. Fresh food distribution is open to anyone. Youth food shelf: No geographic restrictions. Serves ages 25 and younger, with a focus on those 20 and younger. Emergency assistance: Residents of 55101, 55106, 55108, 55112, 55113, 55114, 55117, and 55130.


Second Harvest Heartland

Address:
2042
Saint Paul, MN 55109

Map & Directions

(12 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(651) 484-5117

Website:
http://www.2harvest.org

Services:
Ending hunger through community partnerships.

Food Bank, Commodity Supplemental Food Program (CSFP), Emergency Food Assistance Program (TEFAP), Food Rescue, Food Outreach, Child Hunger and Nutrition, Senior Nutrition and Advocacy.


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