Food and Shelter Resources

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  • Peninsula Volunteers (Meals on Wheels delivering low-cost meals to older adults and persons with disabilities unable to prepare their own meals or leave their homes)

    http://www.penvol.org/

  • Project WeHOPE  (Dignity on Wheels Mobile Shower and Laundry Program)

    https://www.projectwehope.org/

  • Service League of San Mateo County (Hope House Residential Program providing support and recovery residential program for women)
  • http://serviceleague.org/
  • Second Harvest Food Bank (Includes produce mobile/food pantries once and twice a month; monthly Family Harvest, weekly Brown Bag and Partners in Need (PIN) and Kids NOW weekend nutrition assistance on Fridays. CalFresh (Food Stamps) provides low-income individuals or families the ability to purchase groceries – mixed immigration status families may qualify – and application assistance is provided. Distributes food to families in need through Project READ)
  • https://www.shfb.org/
  • Women, Infants, and Children Program (Nutrition education and supplemental foods to low-income women and their children up to five years of age)
  • http://www.smchealth.org/wic