Address:2691 Larkspur LnRedding, CA 96002Map & Directions
(1 Mile Away)
Services: Provides Food Pantry For Low-income Families Wednesday And Thursday Mornings 9-11:30am.provides Emergency Food Boxes (of Canned Food) Once Every Three Months To Families With Members Who Are 60 And Above Or 18 And Under. In The Months Of June, July And August These Families Are Eligible Once A Month.may Also Assist With Food During Disasters Such As Fires Or Floods.provides Dog And Cat Food When Available.
Hours: Food Program Hours
Eligibility: Open To Individuals And Families With Low-income In Shasta County
Documents To Bring: Drop-in during hours listed
Address:200 Mercy Oaks Dr building 1Redding, CA 96003Map & Directions
Services: For Families And Individuals With Low Income, The Usda Commodity Program Provides Food (mostly Canned And Dried Goods) At Various Distribution Sites Throughout Shasta County. Allows For Pick-up Only At One Designated Distribution Site Each Month (in Area Of Residence).distribution Schedule For August, 2018:lakehead: Lakehead Lions Club, 8/2 (1st Thursday), 9-10amcottonwood: Cottonwood Community Center, 8/3 (1st Friday), 9-10amhappy Valley: Happy Valley Community Center, 8/9 (2nd Thursday), 9-10amanderson: Anderson River Park (scouts Hall), 8/10 (2nd Friday), 9-10am shingletown: Black Butte Jr. High (gym), 8/13 (2nd Monday), 9:30-10:30amshasta Lake: Shasta Lake First Baptist Church, 8/14 (2nd Tuesday), 9-10amround Mountain: Round Mountain Community Center, 8/17 (3rd Friday), 9:30-10:30amburney: Vfw Hall, 8/17 (3rd Friday), 10:30-11:30amredding: Dignity Health Connected Living, 8/17 (4th Saturday), 9-10amredding: Shasta Community Health Center - Cancelled Due To Heat, Will Resume In September. For Alternate Pick Up Call Food Bank.please Note: Distribution Days Are Generally The Same Month-to-month But May Vary So Check For Schedule.**click On Individual Sites Below For Address And Map Information.
Hours: Office Hours
Eligibility: Open To Individuals And Families With Low Income; May Be Used Once Per Month Families Females Males
Documents To Bring: Drop-in for service at selected times and locations
Address:1043 State StRedding, CA 96001Map & Directions
Services: Provides A Resource Center For Low-income Families And Those At Risk Of Being Homeless.services Include:food Co-op Which Provides Food/groceries For Pick-up Once A Month (one Must Join Co-op For A Minimal Fee And Participate to Help In The Production Of The food One Receives) clothing Vouchers For Job Seekersvocational Trainingone-on-one Counselingwrap Around Services With Other Agencies In The Community
Hours: After-hour Appointments By Request
Eligibility: Open To All Ages, Low Income And Those At Risk For Being Homeless
Documents To Bring: Call or drop-in for details
Address:1242 Center StRedding, CA 96001Map & Directions
Services: Provides Emergency Assistance Services Including:emergency Foodclothing Vouchers (10-11am)diapers And Baby Formuladog And Cat Foodblanketspersonal Hygiene Itemslocal Single-ride Bus Passes For Confirmed Essential Appointmentscommunity Resource Information And Referrals
Hours: Food Bank And Resource Center Hours Mon-fri 9am-12noon; Agency Referrals Only 2-4pm; Clothing Vouchers Mon-fri 10-11am Only
Eligibility: Open To All; One Is Eligible For Food Every Other Month, And Clothing Every Six Months
Documents To Bring: Drop-in or visit website for more information
Address:1180 Industrial St # ARedding, CA 96002Map & Directions
Services: Provides Food For Those In Need Who Have Served In The U.s. Armed Forces, Or Survivor Spouses, Each Sunday At 9am. Items Available Are Varied And Determined Solely By Current Donations Received. These Can Include Canned Foods, Bread, Baked Goods, Pasta, Packaged Meals, Eggs, Milk, Meat Products And Fresh Fruits/vegetables.
Hours: Call Anytime And Leave Message If No Answer
Eligibility: Open To Veterans And Survivor Spouses Each Week
Documents To Bring: Call to be added to wait list (leave message if no answer)
Address:2979 E Center StAnderson, CA 96007Map & Directions
Services: They make every effort to assist their clients to find other resources in their community. ACCA volunteers work with them to make knowledgeable referrals to other agencies and programs that can help with their long-term needs. ACCA always has Bibles from a local donor on hand to give to clients who request them. They base need on income. Through their connections with many community partners they have helped clients with job searches and referrals, access to medical assistance, assistance with disability applications, qualifying for tax credits and tax refunds, emergy assistance, and connecting with various recovery programs.
Address:1501 McConnel AveShasta Lake, CA 96019Map & Directions
Services: Provides Access To A Breakfast Meal, Food Pantry And Clothing Items Last Friday Of The Month. Offers Breakfast And Clothing Distributions At 8:30-9am; Food Distribution At 9-10am.
Hours: No Set Office Hours
Eligibility: Open To All In Shasta Lake And Mountain Gate Who Are In Need Of Food Or Clothing
Documents To Bring: Drop-in
Address:12865 CA-99Red Bluff, CA 96080Map & Directions
Services: Provides Emergency Food And Clothing To Anyone In Need.
Eligibility: Open To Anyone In Need Of Food Or Clothing
Documents To Bring: Call or text Randy for appointment
Address:720 S Jackson StRed Bluff, CA 96080Map & Directions
Services: Provides A Bag Of Food And Items Of Clothing As Available Mondays 10am-12noon. Clothing Donations Are Appreciated.
Documents To Bring: Drop-in Mondays 10am-12noon
Address:20699 Walnut StRed Bluff, CA 96080Map & Directions
Services: Distributes Usda Commodities (surplus Food) Each Month For Tehama County Residents With Low Income At Locations Throughout Tehama County.distribution Schedule For August, 2018:paynes Creek: Private Residence, 8/10 (friday) 8am-5pmmanton: Manton Community Church, 8/10 (friday), 11am-2pmponderosa Sky Ranch: Private Residence, 8/10 (friday), 2-6pmrancho Tehama: Recreation Center, 8/13 (monday), 12noon-2pmlos Molinos: Masonic Hall, 8/14 (tuesday), 9am-12noonred Bluff: Tehama County Food Gleaners, 8/15 (wednesday), 8am-12nooncorning: Senior Center, 8/15 (wednesday), 8am-12noon.**click On Individual Sites Below For Address And Map Information.please Note: This Schedule Is Typically Updated First Week Of Each Month. If Not Yet Updated Here, One May Call To Listen To Recording.
Eligibility: Determined By Household Income And Number Of People In Household; People With Calfresh (food Stamps) Qualify
Documents To Bring: Drop-in to distribution location on day of distribution; application for Food Bank card will be available; bring large bags and egg cartons if possible