Food Lines

Food Lines


The center sponsors emergency food programs for low-income individuals and families in Los Angeles. The services include a food line and ongoing emergency food assistance. There are no geographic restrictions.

The Food Truck is an emergency food program which specifically targets low-income individuals and families. The mobile food program visits 32 locations weekly. Food items are USDA government surplus food with additional items such as produce and other fresh foods, as donations permit. People self-certify their income level to qualify. There are no geographic restrictions.

There is also a clothing ministry that hands out clothing to the local community on the first Thursday of each month. APPLICATION PROCEDURE Walk in to apply for the weekly food line. Tickets are distributed based on the amount of food available.

Call the designated phone to apply for the Food Truck service. A voice mail message may be left for a return call. The caller will be given the site closest to their location and the pick up time. No ID is required. People register by signing in and self certifying that they meet low-income guidelines. FEES/PAYMENT SOURCE Food Truck services are free.
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2301 Bellevue Ave.

Los Angeles , CA 90026 (Physical)

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Service hours
Onsite food giveaway, Wednesday, 12:30pm to 1:30pm; line up begins around 10:00am

Service/Intake and Administration

(213) 273-7000


(213) 273-7171 (Men's Residential Program) (213) 273-7031 (Women's Residential Program)

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