Bowling Green and Warren County Kentucky Salvation Army - This is another place to turn to for help. While their operations are not very extensive, the center may have free food, holiday support or basic needs such as clothing. Rarely, for those that qualify, the non-profit will have very limited funding for paying bills such as rent or utilities.
Seasonal help is offered too by the Salvation Army. This includes everything from free back to school supply giveaways to Christmas toys, Thanksgiving turkeys, or summer camp. There is also substance abuse help as well as homeless shelters. If the center can’t help you, then the case managers may have referrals or suggestions. More on Salvation Army Warren County.
Free holiday help in Bowling Green and Warren County - There are a few resources available. Low income families, the disabled, and elderly may find some or all of the following. Free food and meal boxes, toys, games, gift cards, and presents are given out at Christmas. There are also Thanksgiving meals and Easter baskets. More on Bowling Green free holiday programs.
Family Support Office is in Bowling Green. They help the poor, low income, disabled, and senior citizens in Warren County. Dial (855) 306-8959. They offer cash aid from Kentucky Transitional Aid (K Tap) as well as SNAP food stamps. There is also Medicaid, Free Nutrition Education Classes, information on energy bill help, and other applications. Or find more details on how to apply for Kentucky public aid.
Shelters and transitional housing along with related case management services is available from Barren River Area Safe Space. The non-profit provides assistance to women and children, including single parents or victims of violence. There is lodging offered in Warren County, free food, referrals to emergency financial support, and other guidance. Find help from Barren River Area Safe Space.
Emergency meals and free food in Warren County
There are several food pantries and soup kitchens to turn to. They may not only have fruits, groceries, and items like baby formula, but the staff provide other support too. There may be small Christmas parties held with meals or toys, or applications to low income benefits such as SNAP food stamps. There are also snacks for children during the summer or often basic supplies available.
Some of the locations to try include Holy Spirit Conference as well as Churches United in Christ Help Ministry. But there are several other free food pantries too. Locate Warren County KY free food banks.