We provide support to individuals residing in Martinsville and Henry County who require immediate assistance in the form of supplementary food. Our services are designed to aid low-income families, senior citizens, individuals with disabilities, those experiencing layoffs, seasonal employment challenges, or facing similar disadvantages.
We offer a comprehensive range of food items in our well-stocked grocery store. From frozen meats, dairy, and deli products to fresh produce and pantry essentials, we strive to meet all your nutritional needs.
In addition to food provisions, we provide wraparound services and collaborate with various partners to tailor assistance according to your unique requirements. This includes offering free health insurance options and connecting you with other necessary resources.
While our primary focus is on providing short-term aid in the form of groceries, we are committed to supporting you in seeking long-term solutions. We are dedicated to assisting you in identifying and accessing the appropriate avenues for sustainable support.
Here are the steps to access our support:
* If you prefer, you can conveniently complete our online pre-screening application below. It's user-friendly and takes just around two minutes to fill out.
* Alternatively, you can reach out to us directly by calling 276-632-9002 and selecting the food services option. If your call goes unanswered, please leave a message containing your name and telephone number. Rest assured, we will return your call promptly.
* Once we receive your application or message, we will reach out to schedule a private consultation. During this consultation, we will discuss your specific needs and develop a personalized plan to assist you.
We strongly believe in fostering personal responsibility as part of our program.
To ensure that our services are used effectively and to support your overall well-being, we may request your participation in relevant programs that can benefit you. In such cases, we kindly ask you to provide proof of your involvement in these activities in order to continue receiving our assistance.
Examples of these activities may include enrolling in SNAP benefits, actively seeking gainful employment, participating in budgeting workshops, making informed life choices, or engaging in other group sessions that can enhance your skills and knowledge.
By actively participating in these programs, you not only contribute to your own personal growth and success but also demonstrate your commitment to improving your circumstances. Together, we can work towards empowering you with the tools and resources needed for long-term stability and self-sufficiency.
Please note that we do not offer emergency services or have walk-in hours at our facility.
The 211 helpline is designed to connect you with the closest and most relevant emergency resources based on your current location.
128 East Church Street, Martinsville, Virginia 24112, United States