Foodbanks

Food banks provide food items on an emergency basis to individuals and families in need. Banks usually provide a one to three day supply of food, once a month to once every three months, per individual or family. Identification for each family member and proof of income and/or residency may be required. Most food banks distribute baby food.


NorthWestHealthline.ca

has information about food banks at this link

http://www.northwesthealthline.ca/listCategories.aspx?id=10055

 

Thunder Bay Health Unit

The Thunder Bay Health Unit has much information about how to eat healthy food and how to obtain it.

Check out their web site at http://www.tbdhu.com/HealthyLiving/HealthyEating/

 

Food Action Network

There is a pamphlet called Where to Get Food in Thunder Bay that can be  viewed or downloaded at their website.

http://www.tbdhu.com/NR/rdonlyres/A8537BD5-5489-48E4-ADDA-5FEE4738FE98/0/N137WheretogetFoodinThunderBay.pdf

 

CAS

You can obtain support from CAS by calling 343-6100 or check out services at this link

http://www.thunderbaycas.ca/article/welcome-to-the-childrens-aid-society-of-thunder- bay-1.asp

 

Dilico 

You can obtain support from Dilico by calling 623-8511 or check out services at this link

http://www.dilico.com