Get Help

If you are in need of food, there is help available throughout the Brazos Valley from our network of agency partners.

See a list of Food Pantries by County here.

 What to expect when you visit a food pantry:

  • Food provided at no cost to you.
  • At each pantry you visit, you will be asked to complete a short intake form which asks basic personal and demographic information (name, address, number of people residing with you, income, date of birth, etc.) which will be kept private and confidential. 
  • If you can, bring proof of where you live (driver’s license, utility bill, water bill, lease agreement, etc.). 
  • You are not required to bring proof of income or citizenship.
  • You are not required to participate in a religious event, or pay dues as a condition of receiving food.
  • You are not to be refused service or discriminated against based on your race, color, age, religion, national origin, disability, gender, sexual orientation or political affiliation.
  • You are to be treated with respect and dignity at all times.

You are allowed to visit each pantry in your service area at least once a month.

If there are no pantries open that serve your area, or if you have questions about the information provided, please call 2-1-1.


You may also qualify for other types of assistance:

Home-Delivered Food

Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)   

SNAP is an income-based program that helps you buy food for good health.   

Community Resources Referral

Employment Assistance

This institution is an equal opportunity provider.

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