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ADVENTIST COMMUNITY SERVICES

Deary Adventist Community Services
PO Box 49 or 405 Main
Deary, ID 83823
Phone: 208-877-7414
Contact: Pat Crew, 208-877-1671

Hours:    Tue   1:00 – 4:00
              Thu   1:00 – 5:00

○    They offer clothing
○    Household items
○    Food bank
○    They are willing to come to Moscow and Pullman area with furniture for those who are in need.
○    Donations accepted: cash, food, furniture and household materials


TROY FOOD BANK

104 E 5th St
Troy, ID 83971
Phone: 208-835-4357

Hours: Wed 3:30—7:30

o    Bring number in household, birthdays of the members, level and source income


CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE FOOD BANK

1400 E 7th St or 1208 E 7th St.
Moscow, ID 83843
Phone: 208-882-4332, Cindy Blum
Fax: 208-882-8870
E-mail: moscownaz@turbonet.com

Hours:    Wed 12:30 – 2:30
               Sun   3:30  – 5:30

o    Emergency assistance food bank
o    Clothes closet (not very large)
o    Accessibility once a month

Eligibility:
o    Anyone may receive food or clothing
o    No need to bring a proof that the person is in need
o    An information sheet needs to be filled which gives the general information about the person is required to be filled out

Directions:
○    95 S (Washington)
○    L Sixth St
○    R Blaine St (One block)
○    L 7th St
○    Nazarene church is on the R
○    Use alley entrance


FRIENDLY NEIGBORS MEALS
FOR SENIORS (50+)

Old Moscow H.S.
Phone: 208-882-1562

o    Lunch served Tue and Thu at noon
o    Soup available after 10:30 am
o    Hot, low cost, nutritious lunches are served on Tue and Thu with social time and program at 11:30 am and lunch served at noon
o    Suggested donation for seniors is $4.00, non-senior $6.00
o    Meals can be arranged for home delivery too, contact Jenny Zorens of the Area Agency on Aging in Lewiston at (800) 877-3206


ST. VINCENT DEPAUL OF PULLMAN

Sacred Heart Church
440 NE Ash
Pullman, WA 99163
Phone: 509-334-2041

○    Food, housing and gas money, or bus ticket for transients stranded in the Pullman area or anyone in need of emergency funds


MEALS ON WHEELS
 
Latah Home Service
210 E 7th St
Moscow, ID 83843
Phone: (208) 882-0907
325 SE Paradise St.
Pullman, WA 99163
Phone: 509-332-1933

o    $4.90 per day, one hot meal, one sack lunch 7 days a week
o    Delivery meal programs—for homebound, ill and frail, to periodically get a nutritious meal
o    Delivered meals—brought to the person’s home and are generally reserved for those that have a difficulty to leave their home due to injury, illness, or frailty, this is often Meal-On-Wheels
o    The meals are not provided in huge quantities, sometimes meals are frozen
o    Special dinners are available for people with special dietary limitations, such as diabetics, or people who require lower sodium meals etc.
o    Find out specific information from the office that is located in your area.
o    For more information call the local office to find out more detailed hours and details
o    There is a waiting list in many of the programs

Eligibility:
○    If temporarily disabled (accident, injury, surgery) there may be a limited amount of time that you can be on the program—once person is recovered and able to shop and cook, the service is terminated
○    Criteria is the age and availability of resources
○    Some are based on income level; hardship cases sometimes get preferential prices or no-cost meals.
○    Applicants may also be required to get a letter from your doctor or a social worker, or be required to apply in writing.


POTLATCH FOOD BANK

195 6th St, Room # 102
Sixth and Pine,
Potlatch City Hall
Phone: 208-875-0708

Hours: Tue 10:00—11:00, 6:00—8:00

o    Emergency Service—Potlatch Residents only


GENESEE FOOD BANK

732 W. Walnut St.
Genesee, ID

Phone: 208-285-1195, Vicki

o    Food by appointment only


PULLMAN BAPTIST CHURCH

125 SE Spring St
Pullman, WA 99163
Phone: 509-334-2713
Website: www.completebbs.com/pbchurch

○    Food and disaster relief for those in need


SOUP’S ON

350 SE Fairmont Rd
Pullman, WA 99163
Phone: 509-334-9147, Autumn
    800-482-3991
Email: cac@cacwhitman.com
    autumnm@cacwhitman.com

○    There is a free soup supper offered each Wednesday evening from 4 to 6 pm.


MILESTONES DECISIONS
FOOD BANK

611 S Main St
Moscow, ID 83843
Phone: 208-883-8262

Hours: Mon, Tue, Fri 12:00—2:00

o    Accessibility twice each month
o    Document income, address, & picture ID


ST.  MARY’S CATHOLIC CHURCH FOOD BANK

110 N Polk or 618 1st St.
Moscow, ID 83843
Phone: 208-882-4813
Director: Linda Nickels  (208) 883-3580
(Afternoons and evenings are better to reach her)

Hours: Tuesday to Friday 2:00 – 4:00 pm

o    This Food Bank is run by volunteers from variety of churches and they offer food for those who are in need.
o    During the holidays they also offer Thanksgiving turkeys and Christmas food baskets. (People need to contact them ahead of time)
o    Access at any time, but ID is required

Eligibility: Only Latah County Residents are eligible.

Directions: Adjacent to St. Mary’s Church in Moscow. Please use the rear entrance accessible by parking in the St. Mary’s Parish center parking lot. 


MOSCOW INTERFAITH ASSOCIATION

P.O. Box 8375, Moscow, ID 83843
Contact: Dean Staurt,
Phone: 208-882-3715
Fax: 208-882-3718
Email: firstumc@moscow.com

○    They provide limited funding for food and clothing
○    For those in need they are willing to finance one night in a hotel.
People with various needs are encouraged to call, because there might be ways of how they may be assisted through this ministry
WIC (WOMAN, INFANTS AND CHILDREN)

North Central District Health Department
333 E Palouse River Dr.
Moscow, ID 83843
Phone: 208-882-7353
Toll Free: 800-322-2588 (Seattle, 96674)

o    Federal grants for supplemental nutrition program for low-income pregnant, breastfeeding, and non-breastfeeding postpartum women, and to infants and children up to age five who are found to be at nutritional risk
o    Supplemental nutrition program for children from birth to five years old
o    Breastfeeding education and support offered by certified lactation specialist
o    Food vouchers for nutritious foods and nutritional education
o    Health screenings and referrals
o    Breastfeeding information and support
o    Community information
o    Nutrition experts who are Licensed Registered Dietitians available for counseling

Eligibility:
 •    Categorical
1.    Pregnant—during pregnancy and up to 6 weeks after the birth of an infant or the end of the pregnancy)
2.    Postpartum—up to six months after the birth of the infant or the end of the pregnancy
3.    Breastfeeding—up to the infant’s first birthday
4.    Infants—up to the infant’s first birthday
5.    Children—up to the child’s fifth birthday
•    Residential—the person needs to live in the State in which they apply.
•    Applicant’s Income (fixed scale that is indicated by the chart on the flier enclosed on the next page)
•    Nutrition Risk

Directions in Moscow
○    S 95 (Jackson)
○    L Palouse River Dr
○    ½ mile, Public Health Building on the R
○    WIC is located in the lower level


WHITMAN COUNTY EMERGENCY FOOD ASSISTANCE

○    The Emergency Food Assistance Program offers help to those who need access to nutritional food. The food bank may be accessed one time in a month for those needing emergency food supplies.
○    Nutritional counseling, information on food purchases and preparation and household budget assistance are also available.


COMMUNITY FOOD BANK  LOCATIONS, INFORMATION & HOURS:

Community Action Center

○    Fairmont Center, 350 SE Fairmont Rd, Pullman, WA 99163
○    509-334-9147 or 1-800-482-3991
○    Serves Pullman, Colton, Uniontown, Albion and Palouse
○    Hours: Monday 9 am to 11 pm
      Wednesday 4 pm to 6 pm
                              Thursday 9 am to 11 am

Community Action center Outreach Office

○    200 N Main or S 418 Main, Colfax, WA 99111 (Basement of DSHS building)
○    509-397-2205 or 1-800-482-3992
○    Email: caccolfax@stjohncable.com
○    Serves all of Whitman County In coordination with F.I.S.H. volunteers
○    Hours: Second Tuesday of each month 4—6 pm


Pullman Food Bank

○    1125 NW Nye St, Pullman, (509) 338-0801
○    Serves Pullman School District—Pullman Child Welfare
○    Saturday: 9 am to 11 am

What to expect form the Visit at the Community Food Bank:

○    Sign-in at reception desk
○    Provide necessary household information such as family size, income source other information as needed
○    Then you will receive a slip to access the food bank

Each applicant will receive a food sack which is distributed according to household size. A family of 1 or 2 would receive one sack of food, 3 to 5 would receive three sacks. A choice of four additional items is also given at the time of the visit.

Sack contains:
1 Cereal
1 Jelly
3 Tuna or other protein
4 Soups
1 Chili or bean product
1 Pasta
2 Ramen
1 Peanut Butter
2 Fruit
4 Vegetables
2 Tomato products
2 Mac and Cheese
1 Rice
Choice from additional items
 

UI EXTENSION NUTRITION PROGRAM

PO Box 443183
Moscow, ID 83843
Phone: 208-885-6872
Fax: 208-885-5751
Email: mdenham@uidaho.edu
Contact: Marty Denham
Website: www.agls.uidaho.edu/enp

○    Education program to help limited-resource adults learn how to stretch their food dollars to provide tasty, low-cost, healthy meals for their families
○    When families take charge of their diets and food budgets they frequently begin taking control over other areas of their lives.
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