Cal Fresh Informational Brochures
Food Assistance in Hemet - San Jacinto
HUSD Community Pantry
The HUSD Parent Resource Center provides a food box with shelf-stable items once a month. The food boxes include items such as quick oats, pasta, rice, canned goods, and shelf-stable milk.
For more information, on the next food pantry, visit our events calendar.
Address: 258 N. Thompson St. Hemet Ca 92543
(951) 765- 0004
Faith World Harvest Church
The Faith World Harvest Church is providing emergency food bags on Saturdays between 10 a.m.- 12:00 p.m.
For more information, visit their website at https://faithworld.church/
Address: 630 W Latham Ave Hemet, 92583
Salvation Army Hemet Corps
Visit the Salvation Army Food Pantry on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays at noon for food assistance. Seniors and individuals with disabilities can also call for assistance in getting supplies such as toilet paper.
For more information contact James Fleming at (714) 499-3943
Address: 340 S Palm Ave., Hemet, CA 92543
Valley Community Pantry
Bread Basket Food Bank
Visit the Bread Basket Food Bank for food distribution on Mondays and Fridays from 8 a.m. to 10:45 a.m. Open to residents of Hemet, San Jacinto, Beaumont, Nuevo, Lakeview, Romoland and Homeland. ID is required.
For more information call (951) 658-5098 or visit www.breadbaskethemet.com
Address: 2385 S. San Jacinto Ave., San Jacinto
Family Service Association
The Family Service Association will distribute a weekly meal package on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays at the San Jacinto Senior Center (625 S. Pico Ave, San Jacinto). Meal packages will be distributed between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. Must be 60 or older to receive a meal; limited to one package per customer, per week.
Distribution Location: San Jacinto Senior Center (625 S. Pico Ave, San Jacinto)
Food Assistance in Anza
For more information, call (951) 763-1111 or visit www.anzacommunitybuilding.org/
Address: 56630 CA-371, Anza, CA 92539
Food Assistance in Idyllwild
Food Assistance in Murrieta (Open to residents of Murrieta, French Valley and Winchester)
Riverside County has an online map to connect residents to food resources. View the Food Access map here or visit www.rivcoph.org/coronavirus for more information.
Connect IE is a free online website that provides Inland Empire residents from different zip codes with community resources 24/7. It can connect residents to housing services, job training, food pantries, transportation, and other low-cost or free programs.
Visit the Connect IE webpage.
2-1-1 Riverside County
211 is a free hotline that connects Riverside County residents with referrals to community agencies that provide food, shelter, health care, mental health, job training, information, and resources.
For more information, call 2-1-1 to be connected with a call specialist, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week or visit the 211 webpage.
Riverside County Department of Public Social Services - CALFresh/SNAP Assistance Program
The CalFresh/SNAP Assistance Program (previously known as food stamps) provides low-income households with electronic benefits they can use at most grocery stores to ensure they can provide a healthy diet for themselves and their family. call
To apply for CalFresh/SNAP benefits, visit the local office of the Department of Public Social Services located at 541 N San Jacinto St., Hemet, CA 92543; apply online at www.C4Yourself.com or GetCalFresh.org, or call (877) 410-8827 for more information.
Assistance for Seniors or Adults with Disabilities
• Grab-and-Go Meals: Up to seven to 14 days of cooked and frozen meals ready for pick up
• Courtesy Pantry: Two weeks supply of food delivered within five to seven days
• Home-Delivered Meals: Up to seven to 14 days of delivered food with no contact for
• Emergency Meals: Up to three days of immediate food delivered to fragile adults and seniors