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Food Resources

Need food right now?

Visit the Oregon Food Bank website or call 211 to find food pantries, pick up sites and delivery options. 

Find food near you (Oregon Food Bank) Food resources (211 website)

Oregon's food programs

Oregon’s food programs help people get healthy meals. They may also offer nutrition education and training.

Choose a program below to learn more.

Help with groceries

SNAP food benefits
SNAP provides monthly benefits to help people and families buy food.

WIC Program
WIC is for children under age 5 and pregnant, postpartum and breastfeeding women. Foster parents and relative caregivers of a child under age 5 can apply for WIC. 

Summer EBT
Summer EBT is a new grocery benefits program to help families buy food for their school-aged children during the summer when school is out.

Free food events
Find free food and resources at events in your local community.

People 60+ or living with a disability

Meal programs
The Aging and Disability Resource Connection can help you find local meal programs, including Meals on Wheels. Most programs are free or low-priced.

Vouchers for seniors to use at farmers markets

Senior Farm Direct Nutrition Program
People age 62 or older who meet income requirements can get vouchers to buy fresh, local produce at participating farmers markets and stands. If you are eligible, you will get a letter in the mail in late April each year. The letter will tell you how to sign up. 

Children and teens

School meals
More children now qualify for free or reduced-price school breakfast and lunch.

Summer meals
All kids age 1 to 18 can get free meals and snacks at a summer meal site.

More resources

The Oregon Department of Human Services (ODHS) does not discriminate against anyone. This means that ODHS will help all who qualify and will not treat anyone differently. See the USDA nondiscrimination statement for more information.