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Program: DHCL - Emergency Food Program

Agency: DIGNITY HEALTH CONNECTED LIVING



Alternate name: Surplus Food Distribution

Description
During Coronavirus response, all distributions are set up for drive-thru/no contact when possible. Not accepting donations of food; only monetary donations are appreciated until further notice. (Updated 7/27/20.)

Provides food (such as rice, oats, beans, and donated produce) two days per month for families and individuals with low income (regardless of age). May be used once per month: 1st or 3rd Friday of the month, 8-9am.

 


Program Phones:
530-226-3071Main
530-223-6034DHCL
530-226-3087TTY

Website: connectedlivingnorthstate.org/meals/food-bank

Location information
Dignity Health Connected Living - Redding  
Location: 100 Mercy Oaks Drive

Redding, CA 96003
(Map)

Hours of operation
Program Hours:
Office hours

Program Hours:

Open:
Closed:
Mon
8am
5pm
Tue
8am
5pm
Wed
8am
5pm
Thu
8am
5pm
Fri
8am
5pm


Description: Off College View Drive, next to Simpson College; Building 100 is closest to College View, Building 200 is immediately adjacent to the south
Bus Service: Close to RABA bus stop
Disabilities Access: Wheelchair accessible
Mailing Address: 200 Mercy Oaks Drive, Redding, CA 96003

Program Delivery
Eligibility: Open to individuals and families with low income
Languages: English
Application Process: Call or drop-in at scheduled times
Payment methods: No fee
Documents Required: Photo ID/DL and proof of current address if not on ID/DL
Service Area:
Defined coverage area:
CA-Shasta County
Volunteering: Volunteer opportunities are available.
Volunteer requirements:
Volunteer duties:


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