Food & Resource Centers

Notice: To reach the increased numbers of households in need of assistance, we’re expanding our weekday food pantry hours. Both sites are open Monday – Friday starting Monday, June 1st, and provide a 3-5 day supply of emergency food. Please bring an ID for all household members.

Emergency Food Assistance for Families in Financial Crisis

Utah Community Action’s two Community Food & Resource Centers offer emergency food assistance to income-eligible community members experiencing financial crisis.

What We Do

The Food & Resource Centers offer emergency food assistance to income-eligible community members 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-reliance.

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

Please note Redwood is open on the 1st Saturday and Copperview Center is open the 3rd Saturday with hours of service from 9-11 AM on those days. Starting Monday, June 1st, both centers are open Monday – Friday to addressed the increased need for these services in our community. 

Redwood Food & Resource Center

3060 Lester St., West Valley City
(801)214-3147

Food Service Hours

Monday – Friday
8:30-11 AM and 1-3 PM (closed 11 am-1pm)

1st Saturday of each month
9-11 AM only

Utah Food Bank Mobile Truck Drops

Copperview Food & Resource Center

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

Food Service Hours

Monday – Friday
8:30-11 AM and 1-3 PM (closed 11 am-1pm)

3rd Saturday of each month
9-11 AM only

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 income-eligible households.

PROGRAM GOALS
  1. Families will receive 3-5 days of food to meet their individual needs.
  2. Provide job skill development through volunteering.
  3. Promote self-reliance and education programs.