Food services available to those in need during COVID-19 outbreak

School closures, resource hoarding, and social isolation are leaving many Houstonians without the food they need to get through the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Below is a list of available resources: 

 - The Houston Food Bank is remaining operational. Houstonians can find information on where to find the closest food bank or how to apply for SNAP on their website.

 - Area school districts continue to offer meals and food to kids during the COVID-19 outbreak despite school closures. See if your district is offering meals as well as where and when to pick up

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 - Harris County Department of Education authorized a resolution to provide food to recipients of Head Start. This will be available through 10 drive-thru facilities. See the schedule and locations below.

 - The Salvation Army of Greater Houston relaunched its website to serve as a hub to accept requests for people in need of food, household items, emotional support, and activities amidst the COVID-19 crisis. 

 - The Soup Kitchen at the Joseph House Crisis Center is closed, but the other services of the Crisis Center will continue with a limited number of people being admitted at a time to allow for social distancing.

 - Bayou City Blessings continues to work to ensure that children continue to receive their weekend food bags during school closures related to the coronavirus. 

 - Interfaith Ministries’ Meals on Wheels for Greater Houston and Galveston County program provides home-delivered meals to over 4,400 homebound seniors and disabled adults in five counties – Harris, Galveston, Montgomery, Liberty and Chambers.

 - Burger King restaurants in the United States are offering two free kids meals for one adult meal

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