Coronavirus (COVID-19) Community Resource Guide

Food

Salvation Army
712-328-2088
Food Pantry open Monday & Wednesday
CALL BEFORE—will be given instructions

Senior Food Pantry
402-444-6529
Monday-Friday 10am–4pm
Delivery available, must be 50 years of age or older
One pantry per month
CALL BEFORE—will be given instructions
All Care Access Services can assist with applying for SNAP Benefits; contact a case manager for more information 712-325-1990 Ext. 251

Utility/Rent Assistance/Other financial & household resources

West Central Community Action—OMNI Centre #35
712-322-2621
Accepting applications for utility assistance until May 31st

Iowa Legal Aid (closed to public, accepting phone calls)
1-800-532-1275
Food Pantry—open Monday & Wednesday
CALL BEFORE—will be given instructions

Connections Area Agency on Aging
1-800-432-9209
Resources for seniors-pantry, utility, caregiver resources
CALL BEFORE—no face to face interactions at this time

Pottawattamie County General Assistance
712-328-5867
Rent and utility assistance if eligible
CALL BEFORE—eligibility can be done by phone or mail

Department of Health and Human Services (DHS)
712-322-2621 328-5661
Assistance with SNAP, FIP, Childcare, and/or medical
Call to speak with DHS worker
All Care Access services is able to process applications for Presumptive Medicaid based upon eligibility, contact a case manager for more information 712-325-1990 Ext. 251

Mental Health

All Care Health Center
712-325-1990
Call to schedule appointment with mental health provider

Southwest Iowa Mental Health/Disability Services Region
712-325-5812 (Intake)
CALL BEFORE—appointments scheduled as needed

Internet

Cox Communications (offers Connect to Compete Internet Package)
855-222-3252
Have to be receiving SNAP, TANF or have a child in the home who receives free or reduced lunch-proof of such benefits may be required

Families that qualify for the HUD-assisted program will also be able to purchase a computer for under $150—no activation fees nor any additional equipment fees