The Foodbank or our partner programs can assist you with emergency food, meals, nutrition education and other services. Please use these Emergency Food Referral Lists for locations, dates and times of distribution sites. The Foodbank is not a distribution site for individuals.
FIND FOOD AND MEALS
EMERGENCY FOOD DISTRIBUTIONS FOR FEDERAL EMPLOYEES AFFECTED BY THE GOVERNMENT SHUTDOWN
Wednesdays and Fridays until further notice / 1-2:30 pm
Santa Barbara – Foodbank warehouse
4554 Hollister Ave.
Santa Maria – Foodbank warehouse
490 W. Foster Road
Lompoc – UPDATED: Federal Correctional Staff Housing Training Center
242 Oakridge Road, Lompoc
See below for other, ongoing, food distributions. No paperwork required.
Emergency Food Referral Lists & Maps
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To speak with a Foodbank representative for assistance: (805) 937-3422 ext. 0
To speak with a Foodbank representative for assistance: (805) 967-5741 ext. 0
Find out more about Foodbank Programs for children, families and seniors.
Summer Meal Locations
Find out more about Foodbank’s Picnic in the Park Program.
Outside of Santa Barbara County?
Find a food bank through Feeding America’s member network. http://feedingamerica.org/foodbank-results.aspx
Your family may qualify for CalFresh. CalFresh is a nutrition program that helps you feed your family healthy meals every day. It takes just 20 minutes to apply.
We invite you to browse our growing collection of nutrition and health information. Eating on a budget, recipes, tips and so much more!
Our Brown Bag Programs for Seniors serve almost 1,200 very low-income elderly people who struggle to pay for housing, health care, and basic needs on fixed incomes. Recipients receive two bags of groceries each month to supplement their food budgets and to maintain a healthy, independent lifestyle.
Resources for Seniors
Services for Seniors – State of California
A Guide to Senior Living in Southern California
A Checklist for Aging in Place
Find Aging in Place Contractors in California
32 Room-by-Room Home Safety Tips
The Boomer’s Roadmap for Aging in Place: How to Prepare Today for your Senior Years
Older Adults Technology Services
Thanks to ElderImpact.org for sharing these resources.