Siskiyou Community Food Bank does not discriminate based on race, color, national origin, sex, disability, age or reprisal or retaliation for civil rights activity.
Beacon of Hope Shelter
NO WINTER SHELTER 2019-2020
NEW:DUE TO FIRE SEASON:
IF YOU CLAIM TO BE HOMELESS, YOU WILL BE GIVEN A NO-COOK FOOD BAG. THIS BAG WILL HAVE FOODS THAT DO NOT NEED TO BE COOKED. NO EXCEPTIONS!
EXAMPLE:CAMPING IN SOMEONES YARD MEANS YOU WILL RECEIVE THE NO-COOK BAG EVEN IF YOU HAVE USE OF A KITCHEN.
SUNDAYS: United Methodist Church of Yreka
Tailgaters Lunch (sandwiches) 12:30PM- 2PM, Pacific Power parking lot
Main Street, Yreka (access weekly)
Inappropriate behavior is NOT tolerated. We reserve the right to refuse service to anyone displaying inappropriate behavior (cussing, physically violent, emotionally-verbally insulting volunteers or other participants, destruction of property, etc.). We have the right to permanently ban anyone acting inappropriately.
YREKA FOOD BANK
321 N. Gold Street(previous Gold Street School)
Yreka, CA (Serving Yreka residents)
OPEN Tuesdays & Fridays
11AM to 1:20PM (access 1 time month)
OTHER FOOD RESOURCES:
Siskiyou Food Assistance
780 S. Davis Ave., Weed, CA
Open Wednesdays 11AM to 3PM
Covering: South Siskiyou County
Location: 1601 S. Oregon Street Suite B,(bowling alley). Side entrance -Keglar Lane
Days of operation:Mondays & Thursdays
Times open for food distribution: 1:00PM to 3:45PM
Requirements for eligibility:
Low-Income: bring proof of income
Residency-bring proof (if homeless, come in to discuss)
All household members listed on application with income(s)
Photo ID (all adults)
If approved, you will receive approximately 25-35 pounds of food, once every 30 day period.
We are a 100% volunteer 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.
2019 Health & Human Services Federal Poverty Level 100%
Household Size Annual Income Limit