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Providing HELP to those in need - one meal at a time.

The mission of The HELP Center is to provide ex-offenders, offenders, and low-income individuals support to restructure their lives and achieve success with counseling, educational, employment, and supportive services.

Food Pantry

FOOD PANTRY PROGRAM

Our primary mission of The Help Center Food Pantry is to provide emergency food for the working hardship; to act as a stop gap in times of crisis, such as illness, injury, abandonment, and so forth; and to assist individuals awaiting their SNAP benefits.

While we are primarily a food pantry, we are about more than just filling a bag with food; we are about filling a need – whatever that need may be. We provide referrals to other agencies for specific needs and also coordinate with other local organizations. We treat each person who enters our doors with dignity and respect. Each person is seen as a unique individual who not only receives from us, but also contributes by becoming a part of THC Family. 

By supplying free fresh produce, canned goods, and healthy frozen items, our food pantry provide valuable meal supplementation while helping those in need maintain their independence and dignity. 

Requirements

PHOTO IDENTIFICATION

Must have valid identification. Some exceptions may apply.

PROOF OF RESIDENCE

Must have documented residence in Davidson County or Homeless.

PROOF OF INCOME

Must have income below the federal poverty level or no income.

DOCUMENTATION

Must meet with a Case Manager to  complete some documents.

PICK-UP

Must be able to pick up box boxes from pick-up location, no delivery services.

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