Guidelines for Accessing Lethbridge Food Bank Services
We ask that anyone who is in need of our services provide us with following 5 items:
- Identification of each person in the home (Drivers License, Birth Certificate, AHC Card for all family members)
- Correct address/phone number/birthdates of each person in the home
- Proof of income (SFI, AISH, CPP, OAS, DIS, EI, Child Tax, Child Support, Alimony, Student Loan, Wages)
- Proof of expenses (Daycare, Alimony, Child Support, Rent/Sub, Mortgage/House Tax, Utilities)
Once you have met our guidelines, you will be given a 3 month or 6 month card to make your next visit quick and easy. When your card expires, you will need to re-qualify by bringing the paperwork listed above.
We are open Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 9:30am to 12pm and 1pm to 3:30 pm. Wednesdays we are open from 9:30am until 12pm.
We provide food to our clients according to the number of full time resident in the household.
A client can pick up bread and produce twice a week and a hamper once per calendar month.
Connecting our clients to free community government and social services agencies
|Addiction Services Helpline (24 hrs)||1-866-332-2322|
|Community Mental Health Service||(403) 381-5260|
|Lethbridge Mental Health Children Clinic||(403) 381 5278|
|Lethbridge Family Services||(403) 327-5724|
|Native Counselling Services||(403) 329-6140|
|The Distress Line of SW Alberta||(403) 327-7905|
|Pregnancy Care Centre||(403) 942-1819|
|Lethbridge HIV Connection||(403) 328-8186|
|Sexual Health Centre||(403) 320-0110|
|Child Abuse Hot Line (24 Hours)||1-800-387-5437|
|Lethbridge Children’s Services||(403) 381-5555|
|Lethbridge Police Services||(403) 328-4444|