Emergency Food/Clothes

There are 10 programs in the Emergency Food/Clothes Category.

American Red Cross (Gold Country Region)
Eligibility: None
Fees: Fees vary for health and safety classes. All disaster assistance is free-of-charge.

American Red Cross is a humanitarian organization that provides relief to victims of disasters and helps people prevent and prepare for and respond to emergencies.The Red Cross can help if:You have had a home fire or have been involved in a natural disasterYou need emergency assistance for a member of the militaryYou would like to take a class - visit http://www.redcross.org and click "Training and Certification"The Gold Country Region serves 24 counties in California: Alpine, Amador, Butte, Cal...

Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Stockton (Nutrition Assistance Services)
Eligibility: Open to all San Joaquin County residents in need of food.
Fees: None

NUTRITION ASSISTANCE SERVICESCal-Fresh: Provides education and assists with the application process and case management to maintain benefits. Cal-Fresh formally known as the USDA’s Food Stamp Program) is the nation’s best defense against hunger and food insecurity.SNAP Education: This program provides food and nutrition education to Cal-Fresh eligible individuals to promote healthy food preparation through demonstration and education.The Food Bank Program: This program provides a temporary solut...

Linden Food and Clothing Closet
Eligibility: Low income Linden residents and transient persons or families.
Fees: None

Linden Food and Clothing Closet provides emergency food assistance and clothing to qualifying individuals and families. To qualify, participants must complete a registration card and provide residence identification. Each client is eligible for food once a month, but may visit the clothing closet whenever facility is open.

Salvation Army, Lodi (Hope Harbor Family Service Center)
Eligibility: Homeless single men, homeless single women or single parent with a child/children.
Fees: None

Hope Harbor Family Service Center provides emergency lodging, hot meals and clothing. Other programs and classes have been designed to assist clients in becoming more self-reliant and self-sufficient. Please call for more information.

Salvation Army, Stockton
Eligibility: Low income Stockton, French Camp, Lathrop, Escalon and Manteca residents. No requirements for the Youth Center.
Fees: None

Salvation Army, Stockton assists needy families with emergency food, clothing and furnishings when their homes have been destroyed by fire or any form of disaster or calamity. Salvation Army also provides assistance with paying for PG&E bill through its REACH program (limited funding available).Stockton Salvation Army sites:Adult Rehabilitation Center & Thrift Store: 1247 South Wilson Way, Stockton (209) 466-3871. There is a car lot featuring used and running cars ranging from $300 to ...

St. Mary's Dining Room (Dining Room, Hygiene Center, Medical Clinic, Dental Clinic and Social Services)
Eligibility: None
Fees: None

St. Mary's Dining Room responds to poverty in San Joaquin County by feeding the hungry, caring for health issues and restoring human dignity to over 700 individuals each day.St. Mary's Dining Room provides breakfast, lunch, and dinner 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Medical and dental care is available to uninsured men, women and children. The hygiene center provides homeless individuals and families with the opportunity to shower, care for their hygiene needs and receive clean, season appropri...

State of California Department of Corrections Deuel Vocational Institution (DVI) (Friends Outside Gathering Place)
Eligibility: Friend or family member of someone incarcerated at Deuel Vocational Institute (DVI), state men’s prison.
Fees: None

Friends Outside is a non-profit agency that assists families and friends of incarcerated men at DVI, at the Friends Outside Visiting Center. It serves the children and works to maintain family unification. Emergency clothing, food and shelter and children’s programs are also offered. Transportation from the Greyhound and Amtrack stations in Stockton is provided. Reservations must be made one week in advance. Child care for children ages 7 years and older is available.

The Bridge at Stockton (Food Bank)
Eligibility: ID with current address is required. Annual demographic form needs to be completed by each household to comply with Second Harvest Food Bank requirements.
Fees: None

The Bridge at Stockton provides a food bank that is open every Wednesday from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. It is a casual drop-in atmosphere where you will be greeted warmly and given whatever items are available each week. Commodity Food Distribution Program is held the third Thursday of each month from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Current ID with address is required.The "Bag Night" ministry is run by the Jr. & Sr. Youth Group (with support from adults). Grocery bags are filled and delivered to shut-...

Tracy Interfaith Ministries (Food Pantry and Clothes Closet)
Eligibility: Low or no income individuals and families (Tracy residents only). Must bring Social Security Card or other form of identification and proof of address.
Fees: None

Tracy Interfaith Ministries provides emergency food which is available Monday through Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Emergency clothing is also provided for residents in need.Tracy Interfaith Ministries offers a Families-At-Risk program, designed to assist a family through a one-time financial emergency. It provides emergency funds to help a family meet household costs when the family is faced with a temporary job loss, a medical emergency or other financial crisis.

Women's Center-Youth & Family Services
Eligibility: Women's Center-YFS serves women, children, teens and men who are victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and human trafficking as well as homeless and runaway youth.
Fees: None

Women’s Center-Youth & Family Services is San Joaquin County’s only provider of free, confidential shelter and services specifically designed to meet the needs of homeless and runaway youth and victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. The organization’s mission is to build a stronger community by fostering the strengths in individuals and by acting as a catalyst to end violence and youth homelessness. Women’s Center-YFS has a staff of 75 providing services at 10 sites throughout San ...