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Food Assistance In crowley, LA

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2 Food Assistance listings found in crowley. Including 19 more within 30 miles.

Crowley Job Center



Contact
11 N Parkerson Ave
Crowley, LA 70526
(337) 788-7550


Description
A private non-profit community action agency created by the federal government to combat poverty in designated geographic areas.
We offer the following services: Outreach and referral, homeless shelter, medicaid/LaChip applications, Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP), Energy Voucher Assistance, Food For Families, Medicaid Applications, Pharmaceuticals Access Program, Energy Weatherization Program, Mortgage Assistance, Shelter Home, Housing Counseling, Apartment Construction/Rental, Single Family Home Construction and Revolving Loan For Small Business Development and Expansion, Food Vouchers, VITA, and IDA's.

Hours
Mon-Fri 8am-4:30pm

Eligibility
All low-income residents of Acadia, Vermilion, Jefferson Davis Parishes

Documents Required
Walk-in, Telephone, Appointment, referral by Social Service Agency. Picture ID, Social Security Card, Proof of Residence required

Area Served
Acadia County

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SID
3785

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Acadia Council On Aging



Contact
824 E 1st St
Crowley, LA 70526
(337) 788-1400


Description
Acadia Council on Aging services include:
ENERGY ASSISTANCE: help with payment of utilities for people age 60 or older;
HOME DELIVERED MEALS: for the homebound age 60 or older (small donation is requested for this service);
MEAL SITE: center serves lunch for age 60 or older (small donation is requested for this service);
HOMEMAKER SERVICES: assistance with light housekeeping, errands, light meal preparation for age 60 or older (small donation is requested for this service);
FOOD FOR SENIORS: food distribution once a month of various can goods, juices, etc. for age 60 or older; groceries are to be picked up at sites in the town nearest client's home;
COMMODITIES: given every 3 months to those who qualify; offered to 60 years or older and also those who qualify (based on income); TRANSPORTATION: transportation to doctor, shopping and other services for age 60 or older (a donation is usually collected for this service);
SENIOR ACTIVITIES: bingo, pool, ceramics, movie and popcorn offered to age 60 or older; TELEPHONING: once a month for shut-ins age 60 or older, calls are made to the home for a friendly check to see if they are doing all right;
MEDICAL ASSISTANCE: in the form of applications for medical assistance (no age limit).
ADDITIONAL SERVICES: elderly housing in the Church Point area, respite care for Medicaid waiver participants, ombudsman program for nursing home residents, blood pressure monitoring throughout the parish. The Council on Aging is also an enrollment center for Medicaid, with an appointment.

Hours
M-F, 8A-4P

Eligibility
Anyone over 60, any age for Medicaid Enrollment, homebound for in-home services, under 60 can qualify for commodities

Documents Required
Call for appointment for interview and/or to make application and/or LA independent living assessment

Area Served
Acadia County

Not Yet Validated

SID
3774

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Community Investors Inc.



Contact
137 N Main St
Church Point, LA 70525
(337) 580-4386


Description
Second Harvest Food Pantry and Angel Food Ministries' Food Distributor.
Hardship (Occasional) Food Assistance: will provide emergency food without application process if in immediate need and there is not a regular food pantry in the caller's area, however, must fill out application if assistance is needed a second time.

Hours
Food Pantry: 1st Wed of month; 5:30P-7P for application intake.
Angel Foods: leave message

Eligibility
Low income in cities noted, including Mire. Will also serve those where no food pantry is established.

Documents Required
Food Pantry: Must complete application process. Bring ID, proof of household income (if applicable), food stamp award letter (if applicable), current utility bill and social security cards of all household members.
Angel Food: Anyone is eligible. Call to place order or visit https://www.ssl.angelfoodministries.com; select local host site and follow online directions

Area Served
Acadia County

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SID
3857

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Assist Agency



Contact
311 La-102
Jennings, LA 70546
(337) 824-7800


Description
keywords: rental assistance utility assistance food pantry food assistance medication assistance defensive driving
Financial Assistance to Low income families to reduce the burden of home energy costs and weatherization. Social Service Agency for Jeff Davis Parish aiding low income families with food, medication, home energy costs and rent assistance. Conducts defensive driving classes. (DWI's referred from Court)

Hours
8:00am-4:30pm/Monday-Friday

Eligibility
Low income residents of Jeff Davis Parish

Documents Required
Call for information

Area Served
Jefferson Davis County

Not Yet Validated

SID
3786

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cups



Contact
211 Guilbeau Rd
Lafayette, LA 70506
(337) 234-4848


Description
C.U.P.S. (Communities Uniting in Prayer and Service) is a partnership of churches, community organizations and individuals, working in Acadiana, to provide for those in need through prayer and service.

Assistance is primarily in the form of household items and furniture. Provided through appointments. Clients must call to set appointment.

Volunteers pick up donations and deliver them to those in need who cannot pick up the items themselves.

Emergency Food Assistance: please use the following email for emergency food requests: emergencies@c-u-p-s.org. This email will be sent to a number of volunteers who are ready to respond to emergency requests for assistance. (An emergency would be if someone has no food or otherwise needs assistance within the next 24 hours.)

Special Dietary Needs: Provides one-time assistance to those with special dietary needs including Ensure, Glucerna, Specialized Baby Formula, No Salt Diet Foods, etc Referrals through 232-HELP / Louisiana 211 Available until grant funds are exhausted.

Hours
By Appointment only

Eligibility
Anyone in need and who satisfies program's criteria

Documents Required
Call and leave message or fax referral
Special Dietary Needs: Intake and Referrals through 232-HELP / Louisiana 211

Area Served
Lafayette County

Not Yet Validated

SID
3865

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Cajun Area Agency On Aging



Contact
110 Toledo Dr
Lafayette, LA 70506
(337) 572-8940


Description
Seasonal Program
Provides vouchers for purchase of fresh, nutritious, unprepared, locally grown fruits, vegetables, and herbs from farmers' markets, roadside stands and community supported agriculture programs to low-income seniors.

Hours
M-F: 8A-4:30P

Eligibility
Each household member 60 years or older may apply

Documents Required
Each member of the household who is 60 years or older can apply. First time applicants must apply with any Council on Aging; previous applicants are mailed renewal applications directly. Applicants must provide income verification (family of one, no more than $20K annually; Family of 2, no more than $26K annually; etc.)

Area Served
Lafayette County

Not Yet Validated

SID
4136

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First Baptist Church



Contact
3001 E Schambers
Basile, LA 70515
(337) 432-6810


Description
Provides food and groceries to a variety of sites that help persons needing extra support.

Hours
Thu 8am-12Noon (Food Pantry) Mon-Fri 8am-7pm (Toll Free Hotline Assistance)

Eligibility
Individuals and Families with low income within coverage area

Area Served
Evangeline County

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SID
12022

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Martin Luther King Recreation Center



Contact
309 Cora St
Lafayette, LA 70501
(337) 291-5561


Description
MLK Center is used for social activities, government surplus commodity distribution, senior citizen programs ( a multi-use center); 3pm-10pm after school program; library, tutoring; conference rooms; meeting rooms Pool facility available for $1.00 charge Gym available.

Hours
M-F, 8am - 4:30pm

Eligibility
Anyone

Documents Required
Call for information on various programs

Area Served
Lafayette County

Not Yet Validated

SID
4043

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Smile Community Action Agency



Contact
501 Saint John St
Lafayette, LA 70501
(337) 234-3272


Description
Non-profit community agency that assists low-income clients We assist with Job Counseling, On-Job-Training, Job Readiness, Fraud & Scam Prevention Education, Consumer Education, Infant / Toddler Head Start / Early Start, Parenting Skills, Computer / Technology Skills, Budget Counseling, LIHEAP Support, Housing Counseling and Landlord / Tenant Advocacy, Housing Services, Emergency Medication, Rent / Mortgage Assistance, Food and Cash Assistance, Information and Referral, Transportation Components, Volunteer Recruitment, and Health Screenings and Immunizations.

*Disaster*

Hours
Monday-Friday 8am-4:30pm.

Eligibility
Please call for information regarding eligibility requirements.

Documents Required
Please call for information regarding intake process.

Area Served
Lafayette County

Not Yet Validated

SID
4139

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St. Joseph's Diner



Contact
613 W Simcoe St
Lafayette, LA 70501
(337) 235-4972


Description
St. Joseph Diner prepares and serves an average of 150 lunch meals each day. The Diner also delivers meals to the home-bound.

Lunch is served from 11:00am until 11:50am 364 days a year. (Closed on Mardi Gras)
Food and financial donations, as well as a host of volunteers, sustain the diner

ST. JOSEPH DINER BREAD PANTRY (see program for more details) also offers bread, sweets, nonperishable food, and holiday food baskets for low-income elderly. Emergency Food Boxes are also distributed through the bread pantry.

Hours
Office: M - F, 8am-5pm
Lunch: Sunday-Saturday 11-11:50am

Eligibility
All for meals; must be 55+ and meet federal poverty income guidelines for commodities, breads and sweets, and holiday baskets.

Documents Required
Fill out application forms. Must have current picture ID.
Call 232-HELP / LA 211 (dial 2-1-1 or 232-4357) for Emergency Food Assistance.

Area Served
Lafayette County

Not Yet Validated

SID
4153

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