Provides, in partnership with the Navy and Marine Corps, financial, educational and other assistance to members of the Naval Service of the United States and their eligible family members and survivors when in need. (Military, Veteran, Afghanistan, Iraq, BrAIve, Brave, Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corp, Marines)
Provides services to homeless, those at risk for homelessness, and low-income individuals and families. Services include: emergency food, hygiene supplies, clothing, mail, message, and offers a small computer room where clients can access the internet.
9:00 am-3:00 pm Monday-Friday
Must be homeless or at risk for homelessness.
San Diego County
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Sacred Heart Church
4776 Saratoga Ave San Diego, CA 92107 (619) 224-2746
Provides full meals and a small food pantry service providing perishable and non-perishable items. Full meals provided consist of fresh ingredients including a meat entree, salad, vegetables, fruit, and dessert. Soups are served during the winter months. Also, conducts clothing distributions on a regular basis and keeps a supply of clothing on hand for those in need. If interested in donating, please contact agency.
5:30 pm-7:30 pm, every other Tuesday
Primarily serves those in the Ocean Beach Community, but all are welcome.
Provides produce, bread and desserts. Grocery distribution every 1st, 3rd and 5th Saturday of each month at the City of Refuge warehouse. Offers CalFresh prescreening, application assistance, outreach and education also occasional clothing donations.
10:00 am-1:00 pm First, third and fifth Saturday of each month
The Emergency Food Assistance Program (EFAP) distributes USDA food each month. Eligible participants who do not exceed low income guidelines may be eligible to receive EFAP once a month. Food items vary from month to month. A typical EFAP bag will include: canned vegetables, canned soups, canned fruit juice, canned fruits, canned meats, spaghetti, rice, beans and frozen food items.
9:00 am-12:00 pm, Tuesday, Thursday; Except Thursday before the 2nd Friday of the Month
Provides emergency services to low-income individuals and families. Emergency food is available up to six times per year and eight times for Seniors; clothing and hygiene items are also available to those in need. Limited transportation assistance given (One MTS day passes for verified appointments such as job interview or doctor's appointment). Limited availability on diapers, and infant formula. Layettes are available to low-income expectant mothers. Offers referrals to community resources and social service programs; case management available upon request with qualifying needs). No direct financial aid available.
9:30 am-4:00 pm Monday-Friday
Services available to all persons meeting qualifying requirements. Client requesting food and other services must have photo ID, proof of residence is required (i.e. utility bill, telephone or SDGE), is required. Some form of ID for all others in the household, including children, is required. No age limitations for services.
Birth Certificate, California Immunization Card, Medicare/Medi-Cal Card, Proof of identification, Proof of Residency
San Diego County
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San Diego Food Bank
9850 Distribution Ave San Diego, CA 92121 (866) 350-3663
Provides food and nutrition education to eligible low-income seniors 60 years or older once a month. USDA food is given to registered participants on a monthly basis at a local distribution center. 30 pound boxes usually contain reduced-fat milk, instant non-fat milk, canned meats, peanut butter, canned fruits and vegetables, cheese, rice, pasta, fruit juice and cereal.
1:00 pm-3:00 pm, 2nd Friday of the Month
Low-income seniors age 60 years and older. Must reside in San Diego County and must meet the income guidelines below.Monthly / Yearly Income by Household Size:1 / $1,316 / $15,7822 / $1,784 / $21,3983 / $2,252 / $27,0144 / $2,720 / $32,630Add. Member / $468 / $5,616