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1 Hunger Resource Directory Page 1 of 11 Community Meals Congregate Meals (Lunch served at the Senior Center.) Noon. Prepared hot lunch served,. Call one day in advance for reservation. Transportation can be provided. Transportation to grocery store available once per week after lunch. Eligibility? Age 60 and older - self reported $2.00 donation suggested Contact? Jamie Williams or Christy Neighbor Phone: Hours 8-4:30 Home Delivered Meals Hot lunch available for delivery. Eligibility? Call for eligibility requirements. Call April to enroll and register. Home visits are available to complete paperwork. $2.00 donation suggested Contact? April George Phone: Hours 8-4:30

2 Hunger Resource Directory Page 2 of 11 Community Meals Prepared hot meal. Agency? Where? Community Churches Meals are provided weekly, alternating at the following churches: 1 st Thursday -- Presbyterian Church 142 N 4th Street, Coshocton, OH nd Thursday - Burt Avenue Wesleyan Church 230 Burt Avenue, Coshocton, OH rd Thursday Grace United Methodist Church 422 Walnut, Coshocton, OH th Thursday - Park Avenue Methodist Church 122 Park Avenue, Coshocton, OH th Thursday - Central Christian Church 731 Main Street, Coshocton, OH Every Thursday from 5:30 pm to 6:30 pm. Just come, no reservation needed. Eligibility? All ages, any income, reside in Coshocton County, no documentation needed. No limit to number of times to receive meals. Free (Donations are accepted.) Contact? Terrie Baker Phone: Hot Meal (Dinner) Agency? The Well Christian Ministries Handicapped Accessible Where? 802 Walnut Street, Coshocton, OH (Corner of 8 th and Walnut) Monday and Wednesday at 6:30 Eligibility? Just come, no documentation required. Free Contact? Julia Schmidt Phone: Like them on Facebook

3 Hunger Resource Directory Page 3 of 11 Food Distribution Sites Produce Day (Fresh produce distributed) Eligibility? Monthly (1st Tuesday) starting at 1:00 pm. Age 60 and older and reside in Coshocton County - self reported Free. No application required, first come/first served on day of distribution. Contact? Jamie Williams or Christy Neighbor Phone: Hours 8-4:30 Commodity Supplemental Food Program (Canned/Boxed Goods) Monthly (3rd Tuesday); 11:30 to 4:30 Must apply for program. Currently there is a waiting list. Eligibility? Age 60 and older and reside in Coshocton County Household of: 1-$1,276; 2-$1,726; 3-$2,177; 4-$2,628 Documentation needed: Proof of residence (e.g. utility bill) and date of birth. Free if eligibility is met. Contact? Jamie Williams or Christy Neighbor Phone: Hours 8-4:30

4 Hunger Resource Directory Page 4 of 11 Frozen Food Monthly (3rd Tuesday) starting at 10:30. Eligibility? Age 60 and older and reside in Coshocton County - self reported. No application required; first come/first served on day of distribution. $2.00 donation suggested. Contact? Jamie Williams or Christy Neighbor Phone: Hours 8-4:30 Mobile Market - Fresh produce & other items such as bread, milk, eggs, yogurt, etc. Monthly; 2nd Wednesday, 2:00-3:30 Eligibility? Age 60 and older - meets self-reported income listed below, resides in Coshocton County Household of: 1-$1,9,44; 2-$2,621; 3-$3,298; 4-$3,975 Free if meeting eligibility; No Application; First come/first served day of distribution Contact? Jamie Williams or Christy Neighbor Phone: Hours 8-4:30

5 Hunger Resource Directory Page 5 of 11 Food Distribution (Canned/boxed goods, frozen foods) Agency? New Life Ministries Handicap Accessible Newlifecoshocton.com Where? 727 South Seventh Street, Coshocton, OH Monthly (3rd Thursday); 8:30-4:30. Eligibility? Reside in Coshocton County. Must sign up and may receive food once a month. Provide proof of residence (e.g. utility bill), photo ID, and birth certificate. Free. Contact? Mark Granger Phone: Hours 9-4 Food Distribution (Canned/boxed foods, produce, meats - supply may vary.) Agency? Salvation Army Handicap Accessible Where? 219 North Fourth Street, Coshocton, OH Must make an appointment for eligibility determination. Eligibility? Case worker determines eligibility. Must provide proof of identity for each family member receiving services. Adults age 18 and above to provide picture ID or birth certificate, children must have a birth certificate or an insurance card from Job and Family Services. Proof of all income sources ( 4 weekly pay stubs or 2 bi-weekly pay stubs; Food Stamp Award letter; Social Security Award letter; etc.). Proof of all bills that the household has (utilities, credit card, rent/mortgage, car payments, cable, phone, etc.) Free. Benefits may be received once a month. Contact? Salvation Army Phone: Listen to the menu and choose Social Services, extension 103 or 104.

6 Hunger Resource Directory Page 6 of 11 Agency? Food Distribution (Fresh fruits and vegetables/ Boxed and canned foods and meat) Upper Room Assembly and Worship Center Where? The Civic Hall, 331 Main Street, Coshocton, OH Handicapped Accessible Monthly: 1 st Thursday at 5:30 - Produce Distribution 3 rd Thursday at 5:30 Boxed/canned foods and Meat Eligibility? Below 200% of Federal Poverty Level Free Contact? Pastor Stan Braxton Like them on Facebook Where? Mobile Market - Fresh produce & other items such as bread, milk, eggs, yogurt, etc. Canal Lewisville United Methodist Church 198 E. Church Street, Canal Lewisville, OH Monthly; 1 st Wednesday, 10 a.m. Eligibility? Below 200% of Federal Poverty Level. Contact? Free Michelle Darner Produce Market Where? St. Andrew AME Church 1245 S. Sixth Street, Coshocton, OH a.m. August 29, 2015 and December 19, 2015 Free Eligibility? Below 200% of Federal Poverty Level. Contact? Rev. Doris Bowers

7 Hunger Resource Directory Page 7 of 11 Food Pantry Agency Free Pentecostal Holiness Church Handicap Accessible Where? TR 113, Warsaw, OH Monthly; 3 rd Monday, 5:00 pm-6:00 pm (Emergency Assistance is available, see contact information below.) Eligibility? An adult must complete a registration form which requires a picture ID, number in family and self-reported income. The picture ID is required at each Food Pantry visit. Free Contact? Pastor Shafer Phone:

8 Hunger Resource Directory Page 8 of 11 Agency Assistance to Obtain Food Children Services Agency? Coshocton County JFS Handicap Accessible coshoctonjfs.org Where? 725 Pine Street, Coshocton, Hours 7-4:00 Eligibility? Age 0-18 and reside in Coshocton County Need determined by Caseworker. Referral Process: appointment; walk-in, or phone ahead Contact? Anne Randles Phone: Hours: 7-4:00 SNAP Food Assistance Benefits Authorizations (Food Stamps) Agency? Coshocton County JFS Handicap Accessible coshoctonjfs.org Where? 725 Pine Street, Coshocton, Hours 7-4:00 Eligibility? 130% of Poverty; Reside in Coshocton County Proof of residence (e.g. utility bill); Photo ID; Proof of income (e.g. pay stubs, SSI, SSD, etc.) Referral Process: appointment; walk-in Contact? Joan Durben Phone:

9 Hunger Resource Directory Page 9 of 11 Supplement Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children (WIC) USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer Agency? Coshocton County Health Department, WIC Program Where? 724 South 7th Street, Coshocton, Handicap Accessible Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday 8-4 ; Tuesdays 8-6 Closed 12-1 for lunch Eligibility? Pregnant and post-partum women, infants and children up to age 5. Application required, contact WIC office for appointment to apply. Must meet income guidelines and have nutritional need. Medicaid provides automatic eligibility. Documentation: Proof of pregnancy, proof of income, proof of address, and proof of ID for yourself and any children applying for WIC. Contact WIC with questions. Authorized foods prescribed include: fruits, vegetables, whole grains, eggs, dairy and peanut butter or beans for certain participants. Breastfeeding is encouraged and supported. Formula is available if necessary. Free. Contact? WIC Phone: WIC Farmers Market Nutrition Program (Fruits and vegetables from local farmers markets/stands) USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer Agency? Coshocton County Health Department, WIC Program Where? 724 South 7th Street, Coshocton, Handicap Accessible Coupon distribution begins in June and continues until the limited supply is depleted. Coupons are distributed first come/first served during clinic hours as follows: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday 8-4; Tuesdays 8-6; Closed 12-1 for lunch. Coupons can be used June 1-October 31. Only WIC approved farmers redeem coupons; only WIC approved items can be purchased. Free. (Coupons are valued at $15) Eligibility? Must be currently enrolled in WIC and be a pregnant/post-partum woman or child up to age 5. Contact? WIC Phone: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday 8-4; Tuesdays 8-6; Closed 12-1 for lunch.

10 Hunger Resource Directory Page 10 of 11 Agency? First Step F.V.I.S., Inc. Services for Shelter residents only. Where? 604 Walnut Street, Coshocton, Contact? Phone:

11 Hunger Resource Directory Page 11 of 11 Distribution of Taxables Agency? Taxables - (Feminine hygiene products and household cleaning products, etc.) Caring Essentially Program Central Christian Church Where? 731 Main Street, Coshocton, OH rd Saturday of the Month, 10 11:30 Free. Eligibility? Requires Photo ID; Proof of current address (e.g. utility bill, junk mail) You may choose 8 items from the available products. You may only obtain products once a month and may not double-dip by going to Martha s Cupboard in Fresno. Items available include: Laundry detergent, dish detergent, bleach, tooth brushes, tooth paste, shaving cream, razors, wash cloths, dish cloths, trash bags, baby wipes, baby wash, shampoo, conditioner, soap, toilet paper, all purpose cleaner, toilet cleaner, feminine hygiene products Agency? Taxables - (Feminine hygiene products and household cleaning products, etc.) Martha s Cupboard Where? Fresno United Methodist Church, TR 172 Fresno, OH rd Saturday of the Month, 10 11:30 Free. Eligibility? Requires Photo ID; Proof of current address (e.g. utility bill, junk mail) and birth certificates or custody papers for any children in the home younger than 18. You may choose 8 items from the available products. You may only obtain products once a month and may not double-dip by going to the Caring Essentially Program in Coshocton. Items available include: Laundry detergent, dish detergent, bleach, tooth brushes, tooth paste, denture cleaner, shaving cream, razors, wash cloths, dish cloths, trash bags, baby wipes, baby wash, shampoo, conditioner, soap, toilet paper, all-purpose cleaner, toilet cleaner and feminine hygiene products Contact:

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