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Fruits and Vegetables

Food & Pantry

Food and nutrition are a very important part of maintaining one's health. Here at Disability Awareness Project, we understand that sometimes providing food for yourself and/or your family may be difficult with a limited income when living with a disability. Here are some helpful resources that may help if you are in need of food and may even offer delivery services.


Forgotten Harvest provides food to over 250 agencies distributing emergency food assistance in Metro Detroit communities. Their site connects you to all agencies within a 50-mile radius of your location and even has a mobile pantry list available for food distribution.


The Food Bank of Eastern Michigan uses a network of partnering agencies to find solutions to hunger in 22 counties. Their website provides a list of food banks, mass food distribution sites, mobile pantry distribution locations, as well as,  information about their summer food programs for children. 

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Gleaners Food Banks provides food pantries, soup kitchens, and mobile drive-thru food distributions to actively provide for those in need. Their website provides a map for the locations of their pantries, soup kitchens, and shelters, as well as, residential programs and shelters.


Michigan Department of Health & Human Services (MDHHS) provides a resourceful link to your local area's Agency of Aging that provides home meal delivery to homebound persons 60 years or older, adults with disabilities, who are unable to shop or prepare meals for themselves, including persons who are ill, recently hospitalized or disabled.

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