HOW TO GET HELP
Food Assistance Program in Adams County
We’re here to support families, seniors, and veterans who find it difficult to make ends meet each month. We understand the very real difficulties facing low-income residents, from rising living costs to struggling to cover monthly expenses even with being employed. We’re dedicated to ensuring your family doesn’t go hungry. Plus, we offer assistance applying for SNAP and Medicare, as well as job readiness programs.
Food Bank Hours of Operation
The Food Pantry is open every Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. Upon checking in and providing your ID, families and individuals seeking food assistance are provided bread, produce, and staple foods like rice, pasta, cereal, canned vegetables, fruit, and tuna to support a healthy diet. Families may visit the food pantry weekly for perishables and once a month for staples.
FOOD DIRECTLY TO FAMILIES
ONCE A WEEK PERISHABLES
We provide families with fresh fruits, vegetables, dairy products and other perishable, healthy groceries every week.
Our once a month distribution is a food box full of staple foods: canned goods, beans, shelf-stable milk, pastas, cereals, canned and frozen meat and fish
We provide income-qualified seniors with a box of nutritious food including beans, grains, canned vegetables and fruit, dried milk, peanut butter and other staple foods that stretch the dollars for low-income senior citizens.
BRING YOUR ID TO CHECK-IN!
Please provide a proof of Adams County residence and a State of Colorado ID.
Please bring ID and proof of income (social security payment, bank statement, or pay check stub.)
RESPONDING TO NEEDS IN ADAMS COUNTY
Of the community-at-large, our mission brings food to emergency programs that provide food boxes for families in crisis, to families on the lowest rung of the income ladder in the Adams County Schools, and the Migrant Farmworkers Program.