While NCVAC strives to find the means to end homelessness among veterans, we understand that homelessness is often accompanied by other unmet needs. The following resources provide assistance for veteran’s needing nutrition services. More information about these resources, and the services they provide, can be found on the websites below or by contacting a specific agency.
Resources offering nutrition services:
- The Second Harvest Food Bank provides food to Southeastern North Carolina through a network of non-profit organizations. The food bank provides food and financial assistance to those organizations in order to “eliminate the cycle of hunger.” http://www.ccap-inc.org/
- TIGAPA is affiliated with the Second Harvest Food Bank and uses a mobile food pantry to offer food to people in need. The date, time and location for the next mobile food pantry can be found on their website. http://www.tigapa.org/
- Berean Baptist Church operates a pantry providing food and hygiene products. Services are provided after filling out a food pantry application. Items can only be obtained twice in a twelve month period. Requests can be made Monday-Thursday 9:00AM-4:00PM. To print an application or to learn more about the requirements for this program, please visit: http://www.bbcfnc.org/foodpantry.php
- Catholic Charities offers food and children’s clothing to individuals who have a referral from DSS, a church, CC Mental Health, or another service agency. Services are provided Monday-Friday from 9:00AM-12:00PM. Catholic Charities also offers other services, such as case management and counseling. http://www.catholiccharitiesraleigh.org/disaster-response?q=fayetteville-regional-office