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Food assistance and meal services during COVID-19

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General food resources

No one in Sonoma County should go hungry. The following community organizations are here to help you during this emergency.

Redwood Empire Food Bank – Food for anyone who identifies as having a need. Find details about distributions of produce and partner organizations. List can be filtered to find food available today.

School Grab-n-Go Meals for Any Child – Many school districts offer grab-and-go meals for all children 18 and younger. To find school meal pickups near you, go to the Sonoma County Office of Education’s School Meals Map

United Way of The Wine County – The United Way of The Wine Country can connect you with food resources. You can call them at (707) 528-4485 for additional information and assistance.

Food for Thought707-887-1647 ex 118    Or email referrals@FFTfoodbank.org
COVID-19 Positive individuals and those in their household.

Catholic Charities707-528-8712

Ceres Community Project707-829-5833, ext. 201

Medically fragile people who are required to shelter in place to protect their health, who are living at or below 200% of the federal poverty level, and who lack family support to prepare meals, including seniors ages 60 and older.

Santa Rosa City Schools707-890-3807

River to Coast Children’s Services707-869-3613

Corazon Healdsburg707-395-0938

Windsor Service Alliance Food Pantry707-838-6947

Friends in Sonoma Helping707-996-0111

La Luz Center707-938-5131

Sonoma Family Meal

Food For All – Food for Sonoma Valley residents in need. Available via email or Facebook only – svcomidaparatodos@gmail.comwww.facebook.com/FoodForAllComidaParaTodos

Government food benefits

Farmers markets and local food producers

Sonoma County Farm Trails offers a shelter-in-place resource page with information about farmers markets and other food products and take-out options available from its members.

Meal delivery and pickup for ages 60+

Call the agency near you about meal services. No dining. To qualify, individuals must be age 60+, homebound, the spouse of a homebound senior or caring for a person with disabilities. Those not a current lunch or meals on wheels program client must complete an intake form.

Meals On Wheels deliveries are available from the service providers below. Talk with an intake person to set up delivery. If needed, request help with pet food during intake.

If you are unable to access services, call the Adult and Aging Information & Assistance line: (707) 565-INFO (4636).

Cloverdale Senior Center707-894-4826 – Senior Box and Groceries to Go distribution on the 1st and 3rd Thursday of the month, 10:00-11:00 a.m.

Coastal Seniors Meals to Go – (707) 882-2137 or (707) 882-2237 – For those qualifying for home delivered meals, seven meals delivered weekly Monday or Wednesday. Suggested meal donation is $8 for seniors 60+ and disabled adults, $10 for non-seniors and $6 for children under 12. Seniors 60+ and disabled adults are served even if unable to donate. 

Council on Aging (707) 525-0143 – Home Delivered Meal clients receive a weekly delivery with multiple meals. Option of 5-day meal pick-ups at locations on dates below. Call (707) 525-0143 x013 to register. The senior must call by 10 a.m. the day before pick up for a meal pack. Contributions are welcome, but no one is denied for an inability to pay.

Petaluma People Services Center (707) 765-8488 – Meals on Wheels clients receive daily meal deliveries seven days a week. Congregate Dining clients meal pick-up, Monday- Friday, 12:30 – 1:30 p.m.

Russian River Senior Center(707) 823-1640

Meals for persons with access and functional needs

The County In-Home Supportive Services program can support residents of all ages who need prepared meals due to access and functional needs or special medical dietary requirements. Residents must be eligible for Medi-Cal to apply.

Meals for homeless persons

A variety of meal services and food bank resources are available to people experiencing homelessness.