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Emergency Food Resources

Emergency Food Resources are available at the Food and Baby Pantry, located at the Buffalo Municipal Housing, Authority LBJ Senior Apartments at 167 West Humboldt Parkway (off Main Street).

The hours of operation are Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 10am-2pm. Residents of the City of Buffalo and Erie County who are experiencing a food shortage are welcome to receive a pre-packaged box of groceries based on their household size. Clients may utilize the pantry once every 15 days.

A completed application and the following documentation are needed:

–     Current government-issued Photo ID for head of household
–     Proof of 1 Month’s Current Income
–     Proof of Address
–     Identification for all other household members

For more information reach out to Brandi L. Haynes, Director of Emergency & Family Services:

Phone: 716.881.5150 ext. 4772
Email: bhaynes@caowny.org
Location: Buffalo Municipal Housing Authority, 167 West Humboldt Parkway, Buffalo, NY 14214
Hours: Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 10am-2pm

WE ARE HERE TO HELP.

Community Action Organization
Phone: 716.881.5150

Covid-19 Crisis Questions

How can I continue my child’s education with the schools being closed? Learn more  Head Start / Early Head Start Online Learning

Can I get help obtaining food? Learn more Emergency & Family Services

What do I do if I can’t pay my utility bills? Learn more Emergency & Family Services

Where can I find activities for my kids to do while their home? Learn more Youth Services

I, or someone I love, has an addiction issue, where do I find help? Learn more Drug Abuse Research & Treatment (DART)

Be Safe During Covid-19

Follow these steps (CDC guidelines) to help keep you and others safe:

Stay home

Practice social distancing

Wash your hands often

Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth

Clean and disinfect household surfaces

Cover your coughs and sneezes