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211 HelplineDial 2-1-1 on your phone to reach United Way's free and confidential helpline. 211 is available 24/7, and can connect you to food assistance, health care, and more.
Child Food ResourcesContact Jamie Palefsky at Jamie_Palefskey@baylor.edu
Child Nutrition Resources"Ensuring Access to the Child Nutrition Programs in the Event of School Closures:" Learn more about additional waivers that your state can request to increase access, model meal programs during school closures, and more.
Curbside Meal Program for YouthThe Houston Parks and Recreation Department is offering a Curbside Meal Program for Youth (ages 1 to 18) - distributing a snack and lunch Mon.-Fri. from 1:00 - 3:00 p.m. A total of 50 meals will be available at 47 sites.
Double Up HoustonDouble your SNAP benefits (formerly "food stamps") dollar-for-dollar, up to $20 a day, on fruits and vegetables at participating farmers markets and farm stands throughout the city. More information at https://www.urbanharvest.org/farmers-market/SNAP/
Emergency Food AssistanceContact Wyonella Henderson-Greene at Wyonella_Henderson-Greene@baylor.edu
Food Assistance MapFind food assistance from organizations and agencies across Houston with this interactive map
Houston Food BankFind a Food Pantry near you; receive SNAP assistance; access the Portwall Pantry; and download the Houston Food Bank app for additional food assistance and support
SNAP Benefits (Formerly known as "Food Stamps") Visit www.YourTexasBenefits.com to find out how to apply for SNAP Benefits online. This website also offers additional resources for: the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) Program; Health Care; Support Services; and the Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) Program.
Various Texas Food ResourcesFor ongoing updates, visit: https://www.covid19txfoodresources.org

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