Food & Resource Centers

Emergency Food Assistance for Families in Financial Crisis

Utah Community Action’s five Community Food & Resource Centers offer emergency food assistance to low-income people experiencing financial crisis.

What We Do

The Food & Resource Centers offer emergency food assistance to low-income people experiencing financial crisis. Each client visiting one of our centers meets with a specialist who assesses the most urgent needs of the household and helps the client access services that lead toward self-sufficiency.

Services offered by Food & Resource Centers include:

  • Emergency food
  • Referrals to other programs and services
  • Volunteer and community service opportunities

Eligibility

To receive service from UCA Food & Resource Centers, bring the following documentation to your first visit:

  • ID for all adults 18 and older
  • ID for all children under 18 in household
  • Proof of address (e.g., utility bill)
  • Proof of income

Locations

Redwood Food & Resource Center

3060 Lester St., West Valley City
(801)972-6661

Food Service Hours

TUE 1PM-3PM,WED-FRI 8:30AM-11AM and 1PM-3PM closed 11AM-1PM

Zip Codes Served

84106, 84107, 84109, 84115, 84118, 84119, 84120, 84123, 84129

Copperview Food & Resource Center

8446 S. Harrison St., Midvale
(801)255-3516

Food Service Hours

MON-THU 8:30AM-11AM, 1PM-3PM, closed 11AM-1PM

Zip Codes Served

84006, 84009, 84020, 84047, 84065, 84070, 84081, 84084, 84088,
80490, 84092, 84093, 84094, 84095, 84096, 84117,
84121, 84124

About Community Food & Resource Centers

MISSION STATEMENT

The mission of the UCA Community Food & Resource Centers is to provide food, resource referral services, and education to low-income households.

 

PROGRAM GOALS
  1. Families will shop by “client choice” to meet their individual needs.
  2. Provide job skill development through volunteering.
  3. Promote self-sufficiency and education programs.