Community Assistance Programs
Not everyone who faces food insecurity simply needs food. Food insecurity can mean a household is experiencing challenges paying for food, medicine, housing, childcare, transportation, or utility bills. Simply providing food isn’t always the solution.
The St. Louis Area Foodbank doesn’t just help people find food. We work together with partner organizations and government agencies to assist with everything from SNAP applications and Medicaid resources.
support beyond food
Together with our partners, the St. Louis Area Foodbank is working to provide a wide range of programs and resources to assist our neighbors with the many challenges they may be experiencing.
SNAP (food assistance)
We can help you determine if you are potentially eligible for SNAP (formerly food stamps) benefits. Schedule an appointment today for assistance with SNAP applications!
We can help you determine if you are eligible for Medicaid benefits. Click the button below to schedule an appointment to talk with our Community Resource team!
No one should have to choose between filling a prescription and feeding their family. Rx Outreach can help you find affordable medication options. Click the button below for more information.
Paying for food or utility bills can be an difficult dilemma, especially in winter and summer. The United Way’s 2-1-1 program may be able to help with these and other immediate needs.
The stress of an unexpected bill, job loss, or family crisis can not only cause food insecurity, it can disrupt a person’s physical and mental wellbeing. The United Way offers resources that can help.
affordable smartphone plans
A smartphone is very helpful when navigating challenges posed by food insecurity, but costs can be an obstacle. Click the link to learn about resources or email us at email@example.com.
Community Resource Team
Our Community Resource Team is happy to assist you with any questions you may have about assistance programs, resources, eligibility, or applications.
community resource manager
Monday-Friday, 8am – 4pm
community resource coordinator
Community resource coordinator
Navigating Food insecurity
Need help finding a community program? The St. Louis Area Foodbank is here to help. Click the button to see other services and resources that may be available.