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Douglas County emergency food pantries.

Anyone that is struggling to feed their family and that resides in Douglas County can turn to a food pantry for help. Several centers distribute groceries, clothing, and even holiday meals to struggling individuals. The goal is to never turn anyone away, but if a pantry doesn't have enough items in stock then the staff may refer the client to other programs.

The non-profit food banks help children, the elderly, and others in the community. In some cases they will even deliver a meal to a disabled or home bound resident of the Douglasville Georgia area. So numerous services are run year round.

It is always recommended to call a center in advance to determine what they can do to assist, if anything. Many of the pantries also operate limited hours and may require supporting proof of the hardship, such as income or lack of employment.

Good Samaritan Center
Address is 6768 W. Spring St.
Douglasville, GA 30134
Dial (770) 949-7335 for hours.
The charity has a food pantry on site with non-perishable and canned items. Other assistance includes Christmas meals, financial aid to prevent homelessness, and referrals to SNAP food stamp application sites.

Life Tools Community Development Corporation
5960 Stewart Pkwy.
Douglasville, GA 30135
Main phone - (770) 217-0729

Salvation Army - Douglas County Pantry Unit
Location is 8493 Bowden St.
Douglasville, GA 30134
(770) 942-7188
A soup kitchen serves Thanksgiving and Holiday Meals. Volunteers also deliver hot lunches to the elderly in Douglas County, pass out boxes of food, and offer additional support.




Fullerville Mission Ltd.
531 Rockmart Rd.
Villa Rica, GA 30180
(770) 456-9619

Douglas County DFCS
Address of the county office - 8473 Durelee Ln #100
Douglasville, GA 30134
(770) 489-3000
They operate the application site for food stamps as well as free vouchers from WIC - Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children.

Society of St. Vincent de Paul
Douglasville, GA 30134
(770) 576-4081
After a home visit takes place, qualified residents can receive emergency support. Free food, medications, clothing, and basic needs are passed out by the volunteers from this church.

Warehouse of Hope, Inc.
Address is 100 Hunter Rd.
Douglasville, GA 30134
(770) 489-0509

Womb International Ministries, Inc.
Douglasville, GA 30134
Main phone - (678) 398-9501

Survivors Outreach Center food bank
4700 Austell Rd.
Austell, Georgia 30106
Main phone - (404) 610-4541
Clothing and food is for women and children, including domestic violence survivors. They can also access shelter services.





St. Stephen Orthodox Church
Main address is 130 Holy Cross Path
Hiram, GA 30141
Telephone - (770) 489-0010
Emergency bags of groceries, hot meals, winter clothing, and other items are at this charity pantry.

New Mountain Top Baptist Church
7822 Conners Rd.
Winston, GA 30187
The intake/application number is (770) 942-6855
Assistance programs that tackle hunger are also available in Douglas County. Emergency boxes of food may have canned fruits, rice, bread, and other goods.

Mission on the Move Ministries, Inc.
Douglasville, Georgia 30134
Telephone - (770) 577-2855

For additional information, including referrals to pantries and government support such as free school lunches and commodities for seniors, dial 404-892-9822. Low income Douglas County families have other resources available to them for accessing food.



By Jon McNamara

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