Food For The Holidays
Chapa-De Indian Health Auburn Grass Valley | Medical Clinic
More and more individuals and families are turning to our local food pantries for help. Skyrocketing prices on fuel, food, and necessities are making it very difficult for community members living on a tight budget. Need is expected to be especially high this holiday season.
How You Can Help!
Chapa-De is hosting food drives to benefit the Auburn Interfaith Food Closet and Interfaith Food Ministry in Grass Valley. If you are interested in participating and helping our neighbors, non-perishable food donations will be accepted at any of our Chapa-De locations from October 17th to November 4th.
You can also support our local food closets or regional food bank directly:
We thank you for your generosity!
What To Do If You Are Experiencing Food Insecurity
If you are experiencing food insecurity or need help to afford healthy foods, know that it is okay to seek assistance. There are resources available to help put food on the table for you and your family.
The Auburn Interfaith Food Closet provides nutritious food to individuals and families living in Central Placer County, from Loomis to Emigrant Gap and Lake of the Pines to Foresthill. They provide enough groceries to make 9 meals for each member of the household. Clients may visit the Food Closet once every month (30 days). They also have special programs such as turkey giveaways at Thanksgiving and a Homebound Delivery Program that delivers groceries once a month to low income homebound seniors.
To learn more about Auburn Interfaith Food Closet, click HERE.
Interfaith Food Ministry works to reduce food insecurity in Nevada County by feeding the hungry while helping to sustain good health and human dignity. Each individual or family may receive community donated food once a week. They operate via drive-through and are open every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 10 am – 1 pm and every Saturday from 10am – 12:00pm.
To learn more about Interfaith Food Ministry, click HERE.
- If one of these organizations does not meet your needs, Placer Food Bank maintains a great list of other resources and food distribution agencies. Click HERE to review.
- Contact Chapa-De’s Care Coordination Team. Care Coordinators are staff members at Chapa-De who help patients with obstacles that affect their care and wellbeing. They work directly with patients to connect them to a wide range of programs and services.
- Sami, serving American Indian patients: (530) 863-4682
- Melissa, serving patients in Placer County: (530) 863-4689
- Donna, serving patients in Nevada County: (530) 477-9576
Patients can ask for these team members or call them directly. Let us help connect you to the programs and resources that are available!
For more information about Chapa-De, call our Auburn location at (530) 887-2800 or our Grass Valley location at (530) 477-8545 or visit us online at chapa-de.org.
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Chapa-De provides medical care, dental care, optometry, behavioral health, pharmacy services and much more.
Serving all American Indian, Low Income and Limited Income Community Members