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ORGANIZATIONDESCRIPTION OF SERVICESADDRESSCITYZIP CODECONTACT INFORMATIONHOURS OF OPERATIONADDITIONAL INFO
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Chula Vista Church of Christ1 bag of non-perishables per family must show EBT card470 L StreetChula Vista91911(619) 422-77472nd Saturday of every month at 11am – 1pm or until food runs out
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City of Chula Vista COVID – 19 food delivery program
In partnership with the San Diego Food Bank, delivers a food box to low income households (250% FPL) that need to be isolated due to COVID-19 symptoms or are quarantined, and do not have anyone who can pick up food on their behalf, and are unable to purchase commercial food delivery. 30 pound boxes usually contain canned and packaged food including vegetables, fruit juice, pasta, milk, cereal, canned meat, and a non-meat protein.A referral is needed it can be obtained by calling 2- 1-1 or connecting with a CIE network. For a list of CIE partners visit https://ciesandiego.org/partners/.

For low income households (250% FPL) that need to be isolated due to COVID-19 symptoms or are quarantined, and do not have anyone who can pick up food on their behalf, and are unable to purchase commercial food delivery.
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Community Through HopeWorks together to offer clients a plan to housing and self sufficiency through linking to local resources such as mental health, drug and alcohol treatment and emergency services. Also provides fruits, vegetables, proteins and grains through adopted nutrition policies to clients and other local food pantries. Also offers volunteer opportunities for individuals interested in combating homelessness and food insecurity through community outreach and participation. COVID-19 Update: Community Through Hope will function as an Emergency Nutrition and Diaper Bank Site. Agency will be open for Drive Through Emergency Services Only. Hours of operation will be 8:00 am-10:00 am, Tuesday-Thursday with the line starting to form at 7:30 am. All other case management services have been suspended until further notice. Please re-visit our website for future distributions and locations.465 C StreetChula Vista91910(619) 915-7256, www.communitythroughhope.orgCommunity Through Hope will function as an Emergency Nutrition and Diaper Bank Site. Agency will be open for Drive Through Emergency Services Only. Hours of operation will be 8:00 am-10:00 am, Tuesday-Thursday with the line starting to form at 7:30 am. All other case management services have been suspended until further notice. Please re-visit our website for future distributions and locations.
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Emergency Food Assistance Prgram, New Life Christian Covenant ChurchThe Emergency Food Assistance Program (EFAP) distributes USDA food each month. Eligible participants who do not exceed low income guidelines may be eligible to receive EFAP once a month. Food items vary from month to month. A typical EFAP bag will include: canned vegetables, canned soups, canned fruit juice, canned fruits, canned meats, spaghetti, rice, beans and frozen food items.2130 Saipan DriveSan Diego92139(866)350-36634:00 pm-6:00 pm, Tuesday and Thursday
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Emergency Food Assistance Program - First Christian Church of National CityThe Emergency Food Assistance Program (EFAP) distributes USDA food each month. Eligible participants who do not exceed low income guidelines may be eligible to receive EFAP once a month. Food items vary from month to month. A typical EFAP bag will include: canned vegetables, canned soups, canned fruit juice, canned fruits, canned meats, spaghetti, rice, beans and frozen food items.1800 East 17th StreetNational City91950(866) 350-3663Fridays from 9:00-10:30am
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Emergency Food Assistance Program, CRF Casa del Sol1157 30th StreetSan Diego92154(866)350-36639:00 am-until food is gone, 2nd Friday of the Month
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Emergency Food Assistance Program/United Methodist ChurchThe Emergency Food Assistance Program (EFAP) distributes USDA food each month. Eligible participants who do not exceed low income guidelines may be eligible to receive EFAP once a month. Food items vary from month to month. A typical EFAP bag will include: canned vegetables, canned soups, canned fruit juice, canned fruits, canned meats, spaghetti, rice, beans and frozen food items.455 Palm AvenueImperial Beach91932(619) 424-51819:00 am-11:00 am, Thursday before the 2nd Friday of the Month
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Emergency Food Assistnace Program - Apostolic Assembly First ChurchThe Emergency Food Assistance Program (EFAP) distributes USDA food each month. Eligible participants who do not exceed low income guidelines may be eligible to receive EFAP once a month. Food items vary from month to month. A typical EFAP bag will include: canned vegetables, canned soups, canned fruit juice, canned fruits, canned meats, spaghetti, rice, beans and frozen food items.611 South 35th Street San Diego92114(866)350-3663Thursday before the 1st Friday of the month from 10am-12pm
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Emergency Food Chula Vista Corps - The Salvation Army San Diego Regional OfficeDuring COVID-19, Provides a food distribution for produce/perishable items 3 days a week. Provides emergency food assistance including fresh fruit, vegetables, and bread to eligible clients. Additional assistance provided at this location includes rent/mortgage assistance and utility assistance.648 Third AvenueChula Vista91910(619)422-7027Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 9:00 am-12:00 pm and offers access to pantry items once a week: Monday-Friday from 12:00 pm-4:00 pm.
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Emergency Food Pantry, Maternal and Child Health Center, San Ysidro HealthCOVID-19 Update: To reduce the risk of COVID-19, If you would like to receive emergency food pantry assistance, please call, 619-662-4100, press option 4 to speak with a Patient Navigator. Eligibility: Members of the Southbay community4050 Beyer BlvdSan Diego92173(619) 662-4100 Option 4Call for details: 8:00 am-5:00 pm, Monday-Friday
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First Unitarian Universalist Church of San Diego Southbay Food PantryProvides free food to people from a pantry and in a distribution event the fourth Sunday of each month and other days of the week.970 Broadway, Ste 101Chula Vista91911619-271-5017Sun: 11:00 am - 12:30 pm, Mon: 3;30pm - 6:30 pm, Tues. 10:30 am - 11:30 am
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Food Distribution, Mental Health America of SD CountyProvides food to those who are in need. Eligibility: must be a resident in the 91910 zip code. Area served: 91910; Chula Vista; Southbay226 Church AvenueChula Vista91910(619) 420-8603COVID-19 Update: Food distribution will be provided at 1:30 pm until food is gone on Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday; 11:00 am until food is gone on Friday.
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Food Pantry, La Maestra Community Health CentersProvides a weekly food distribution to low income patients in the South Region accessing clinic services.217 Highland AvenueNational City91950(619)779-79009:00 am-2:00 pm, Tuesday and Wednesdsay; 10:00 am-3:00 pm, Friday
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Food Pantry, Most Precious Blood ChurchProvides emergency food for residents in need in Chula Vista.1245 4th AvenueChula Vista91911(619) 422-2100Wed & Thurs, 11:00am - 3:00pm until food is gonePicture ID required for anyone receiving food
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Food Pantry, SVdP Our Lady of Mount CarmelProvides a food distribution to San Ysidro residents in need. This program does not offer same day food distribution.2020 Alaquinas DriveSan Ysidro92173(619) 428-14159:00 am-1:00 pm, 2:00 pm-5:45 pm, Monday-Friday; 8:00 am-1:00 pm, 2:00 pm-4:45 pm, Saturday; 8:00 am-11:45 am, 12:45 pm-4:45 pm, Sunday
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Food4Warriors Food DropsFood4Warriors Food Drops provide emergency food and basic needs assistance for eligible active duty, active duty dependents, veterans and their immediate families. Eligibility: Must be active duty millitary, veteran, or their dependent family members.401 Mile of Cars WayNational City91950(888)444-1415Must be active duty military, veteran, or their dependent family members. 9:00 am-4:00 pm Monday-Friday
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Good Start for Women and ChildrenThe Good Start for Women and Children Program is a partnership with the Jacobs & Cushman San Diego Food Bank to provide pregnant women and children ages 5 and under in high need communities with a monthly food package and First 5 San Diego parent education materials. Eligible recipients can receive a food package containing 5-7 USDA commodity items, 1 pound bag of rice, 1 pound bag of pinto beans, 1 pound bag of oatmeal, and 5 pounds of fresh produce at one of four county-wide sites. Eligibility: Household must contain at least one pregnant woman and/or children from birth to 5 years old. Income eligibility by self-certification (no proof/documentation required).1220 3rd Avenue Suite #1Chula Vista91910(619) 425-50129:00 am-12:00 pm, Monday-Friday; Additional Hours: 1:00 pm-4:00 pm, Tuesday
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Hearts & Hands Working Together - Emergency Food Assistance ProgramThe Emergency Food Assistance Program (EFAP) distributes USDA food each month. Eligible participants who do not exceed low income guidelines may be eligible to receive EFAP once a month. Food items vary from month to month. A typical EFAP bag will include: canned vegetables, canned soups, canned fruit juice, canned fruits, canned meats, spaghetti, rice, beans and frozen food items.663 E San Ysidro BlvdSan Ysidro92173(619) 662-7592COVID-19 temporary hours: Monday - Friday 3:00-6:00pm walk-ins only
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Life Christian Center7015 Alamitos AvenueChula Vista92154(619) 585-3638Saturdays 9am - 10:30am
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Mutual Aid Community Kitchen in Tijuana Continues Serving During Coronavirus Crisishttps://itsgoingdown.org/mutual-aid-community-kitchen-in-tijuana-continues-serving-during-coronavirus-crisis/
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Ocean View Church/ Feeding San DiegoOcean View Church is hosting a "drive-through" Feeding San Diego in the OVC parking lot. 2460 Palm AvenueSan Diego92154619-424-78701st and 3rd Saturday of the month at 10am
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San Diego Food BankEmergency Food Assistance Program Monday, April 20 – Saturday, April 2580 locations across San Diego Counry
http://sandiegofoodbank.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/Emergency-Food-Assistance-Program-EFAP-Monday-April-20-to-Saturday-April-25.pdf
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Senior Food Program, Harvest Ridge ApartmentsProvides food and nutrition education to eligible low-income seniors 60 years or older once a month. USDA food is given to registered participants on a monthly basis at a local distribution center. 30 pound boxes usually contain canned and packaged food including vegetables, fruit juice, pasta, milk, cereal, canned meat, and a non-meat protein. Eligibility: Low-income seniors age 60 years and older. Must reside in San Diego County. 1388 E Palomar StreetChula Vista91913(866)350-36631:30 pm-3:00 pm, 2nd Tuesday of the Month
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Senior Food Program, Maac Project Community CenterProvides food and nutrition education to eligible low-income seniors 60 years or older once a month. USDA food is given to registered participants on a monthly basis at a local distribution center. 30 pound boxes usually contain canned and packaged food including vegetables, fruit juice, pasta, milk, cereal, canned meat, and a non-meat protein. Eligibility: Low-income seniors age 60 years and older. Must reside in San Diego County.1387 3rd AvenueChula VistaCA91911
9:00 am-12:00 pm and 1:15 pm-3:00 pm, 4th Friday of the Month
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Senior Food Program, National City Senior CenterProvides food and nutrition education to eligible low-income seniors 60 years or older once a month. USDA food is given to registered participants on a monthly basis at a local distribution center. 30 pound boxes usually contain canned and packaged food including vegetables, fruit juice, pasta, milk, cereal, canned meat, and a non-meat protein. Eligibility: Low-income seniors age 60 years and older. Must reside in San Diego County.
1221 D AvenueNational City91950(619)336-67604th Thursday of the month 9:00am - 12:00pm (line starts around 7am)
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Senior Food Program, St. James ApartmentsProvides food and nutrition education to eligible low-income seniors 60 years or older once a month. USDA food is given to registered participants on a monthly basis at a local distribution center. 30 pound boxes usually contain canned and packaged food including vegetables, fruit juice, pasta, milk, cereal, canned meat, and a non-meat protein. Eligibility: Low income seniors age 60 years and older. Must reside in San Diego County.1052 9th StreetImperial Beach91932(866)350-3663 9:00 am-11:00 am, 3rd Wednesday of the Month
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Senior Food Program, St. Mark's ChurchProvides food and nutrition education to eligible low-income seniors 60 years or older once a month. USDA food is given to registered participants on a monthly basis at a local distribution center. 30 pound boxes usually contain canned and packaged food including vegetables, fruit juice, pasta, milk, cereal, canned meat, and a non-meat protein. Eligibility: Low-income seniors age 60 years and older. Must reside in San Diego County.580 Hilltop DriveChula Vista91911(619)425-40619:00am-12:00pm second Tuesday of the month
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Sister Dolores Social Outreach Food DistributionFood distribution and food commodities for CV residents278 Alvarado StreetChula Vista91910(619) 427-7637Food distribution - Wednesday 9:30-11am; Food commodities for CV residents Wednesdays and Fridays 3:00-4:30pm
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South Bay Community Services - Free food distributionHow to qualify: Must be atleadt 16 years old. Must be in need of food (no proof required). Must be present during distribution.707 F Street Chula Vista91910(619) 420-3620Castle Park Middle School - 3rd and 4th Tuesday of the month (3-6pm). South Bay Community Services - 2nd Wednesday of the month (3-5pm). Castle Park Elementary School - 1st and 3rd Thursday of the month (8:30-9:30am).
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Southbay Pentecostal, Neighborhood Distribution ProgramProvides fresh fruits, vegetables and bread as well as a few other items at various distribution sites throughout the county. Distributions are open to everyone. No documentation or ID is required to receive food assistance. There are no income or asset restrictions for this program.395 D StreetChula Vista91910(619) 585-06001st Friday 8:00-11:00am (6:00-7:00am collect a number)
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St. Mark's Church/Project Hand Emergency AssistanceProvides a 3-day supply of emergency food, infant supplies including formula and diapers, hygiene/personal care items, and clothing vouchers when available. No food delivery or food vouchers. May receive food every 30 days.580 Hilltop DriveChula Vista91911(619) 425-4061Monday, Wednesday and Friday 9am - 2pm
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St. Rose of Lima Catholic ParishOffers a healthy option food pantry and clothing closet to low income residents of Chula Vista and Bonita. Qualified residents are eligible to receive emergency food distribution and may access the clothes closet as needed. Also refers to other community services. Eligibility: Low income residents of Chula Vista and Bonita. Must provide proof or address (ex. utility bill/rent receipt) and photo ID.278 Alvarado StreetChula Vista91910(619) 427-76379:00 am-11:30 am Monday, Wednesday and Friday (Sack Lunches); 9:00 am-11:00 am (Food distribution)Monday (Clothing); 3:00 pm-4:30 pm Wednesday and Friday (Food Distribution).
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