t. (716) 433-8839
f. (716) 438-0275
Many community members are concerned about consistent access to food during this time.
There is a great deal you can do to help your family secure in both the short term and long term. Our Niagara County Community members are putting systems in place to ensure that we can support each other during this time of uncertainty.
School Meal Pickup - Click for more details of meal distribution in Niagara County
Local Food Pantries: Many food pantries remain open during this time, though with limited hours. Call before you go to ensure they are open. Click for more details of pantries throughout Niagara County.
FeedMore of WNY can provide additional information on pantries and home delivered meals. Call 716-852-1305 or 716-822-2005.
WIC: Catholic Charities WIC (Women, Infants, and Children) programs in Niagara County are providing all service over the phone. If you have an appointment, a nutritionist will call you to do your appointment over the phone. Call (716) 285-0975 to make an appointment. If you are newly unemployed because of the pandemic, you may be eligible for WIC. For information or to sign up call (716) 285-0975
Human Services- 211: Dial 211 from any phone to receive free, confidential help, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. 211 can connect you with resources for mental health, food access, domestic abuse, housing, legal services, developmental disabilities and more.
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