Apply for SNAP (Lonestar Card) benefits, Disaster assistance, healthcare and more.
Get help with shelter, health care, financial assistance and more.
For individuals needing assistance related to COVID-19, enter COVID-19 as search term, or dial 211.
Offering limited emergency financial assistance and help with SNAP benefit enrollment.To inquire, please call 817-534-0814. Affordable rides are also offered throughout Tarrant County, with parameters. Call 817-336-8714 for details.
The Baylor Collaborative on Hunger and Poverty's Texas Hunger Initiative is working to provide the most up-to-date information on food resources.
Find resources for seniors outside of Tarrant County.
The Academy and its members — registered dietitian nutritionists, dietetic technicians registered and other food and nutrition professionals — offer nutrition articles, tips, video and activities for individuals and families managing the challenging conditions of the COVID-19 outbreak.
Food For Children
Twenty centers across the city are offering take-out style evening meals to children free of charge.
Offering curbside service at 6 clinic locations while shelter in place orders are in effect. To apply for WIC, please call 817-321-5400.
Baylor Collaborative on Hunger/Poverty: View an updated state-wide listing of ISDs providing alternatives to regular school feeding programs.
First Street Methodist Mission: Provides groceries, infant formula, diapers, and clothing. Call ahead to confirm hours at (817) 338-1071.
Discounted rates (33% off) on their home-delivery service for people eligible for SNAP (food stamps) assistance.
Providing large bags of fresh produce for $5 per each on two Saturdays/month in Fort Worth and Arlington.
The market, located in west Fort Worth remains open on Saturdays 8 am to 12 pm and is now accepting the Lone Star Card (SNAP).
Offering "contact-free" delivery and requesting the public limit shopping on Tuesdays/Thursdays from 7 - 9 am so seniors and other high risk people can shop.
Offering a state-wide Senior Support Line with delivery by Favor. Call 1-833-397-0080 from 11 am to 3 pm seven days a week for assistance.
Even with new dining restrictions in place, you can continue to support local restaurants by taking advantage of carry-out and delivery options.
Support the farmers market and bring home fresh produce picked up curbside. Follow link for all the specifics.
Food for Everyone
Gardens on the Go: Find fresh, affordable fruits and vegetables twice a month at “Gardens on the Go.” Pick up a large bag of seasonal fresh produce for just $5 a bag on select Saturdays. Cash and Farmacy Vouchers accepted.
Tarrant Area Food Bank: Check their Find Food Map for the most up-to-date food pantry, mobile pantry, and school pantry resources across 13 North Texas counties.
The Community Food Bank: Call ahead to check operating hours at 817-924-3333.
Holding it's monthly mobile food pantry on Saturday, April 4th from 9:00 - 11:00 am.
Continuing to provide resources to west Fort Worth, including food. Visit their website for details or call 817-420-9741.
Food for Seniors
Catholic Charities Fort Worth: Call CCFW’s mainline at 817-534-0814, option 1 anytime between 8 a.m. - 12 p.m. Monday through Friday for assistance in Tarrant, Johnson, Denton, Wise, Parker, Hood, Erath, Palo Pinto, Cooke, Hill, Bosque, Hamilton and Somervell.
Meals on Wheels of Tarrant County: Providing home-delivered meals and other services to home-bound, elderly and disabled residents of Tarrant County.
Sixty and Better: While senior centers and wellness classes are currently closed, they are providing home deliveries of nutritious meals to Activity Center participants.
Provides resources to older adults and their caregivers.