Occasional Emergency Food Assistance

Occasional Emergency Food Assistance ( Hispanic/Latino Community )

Provider: CATHOLIC CHARITIES OF LOS ANGELES - BROWNSON HOUSE COMMUNITY SERVICES CENTER

This agency provides emergency food assistance for people who live in Los Angeles County. Applicants must have incomes at or below the federal poverty guidelines. The program serves people who are homeless or who receive TANF or other types of assistance. Services are targeted, but not restricted, to the Spanish-speaking community. There are no geographic restrictions.

The agency provides a bag of groceries that contains a three to four day supply of USDA food items, canned and packaged dried goods, including powdered instant milk. Baby food is sometimes available. The amount of groceries varies with family need and size. People may apply for emergency food once every 30 days. Homeless people or those who have nowhere to cook may come for special no cook food twice a month. Clients also have access to donated clothing. APPLICATION PROCEDURE Walk in to apply. Picture ID; proof of residence; proof of income are required. The program requests, but does not require, social security numbers. FEES/PAYMENT SOURCE There are no fees for service.
Application Procedure
Languages
Spanish
Service Condition Fee

Free

Free

Address

Los Angeles , CA 90033 (Physical)

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Service hours
Intake and distribution hours are Tuesday and Friday, 9:00am to 1:00pm; other hours may be available by appointment only.

Service/Intake and Administration

(213) 251-3512 (213) 251-3514
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