Food & Nutrition

Food and Care Coalition

299 East 900 South
Provo, UT
(801) 373-1825

Provide food and various other services, including hygiene, shower facilities, laundry services, mail delivery, internet access, haircuts, transitional housing, education, dental and more.

Community Action Services and Food Bank

North Utah County
815 S. Freedom Boulevard
Provo, UT
(801) 373-8200

Wasatch County “Food Bank”
34 West 200 south
Heber City, UT
(435) 543-2182
Hours: M 2:00-6:00 pm, T 9:00 am-4:00 pm, TH 9:00 am-3:00 pm

Help stabilize persons in need by meeting their basic critical needs (such as food, clothing, housing, transportation assistance, furniture, and utilities while providing them with the long-term solutions needed to rebuild their financial and social self-sufficiency, enabling them to break out of poverty.

Meals On Wheels – Mountainland Association of Governments

Utah County
586 East 800 North
Orem, UT
(801) 229-3802

Wasatch County
(435) 654-4902

Meals on Wheels helps seniors maintain their independence by delivering hot, nutritious lunches to homebound
seniors in our community.

Tabitha’s Way

North Pantry
920 E. State Road, Suite C
American Fork, UT
(801) 692-1881

South Pantry
140 N. Main Street
Spanish Fork, UT
(801) 709-8573

Provide food and supplies to those in need.

Utah Department of Workforce Services – Food Stamps (SNAP Program)

North Utah County
557 W. State Street
Lehi, UT

Wasatch County
69 North 600 West #C
Heber City, UT
(435) 654-6520 or (801) 526-0950
Hours: Monday-Friday 8:00 am-5:00 pm

Help provide access to temporary assistance including food stamps, unemployment assistance, financial assistance and more.

WIC (Women, Infants & Children)

North Utah County
599 South 500 East
American Fork, UT
(801) 851-7320

Wasatch County
55 South 500 East
Heber City, UT
(435) 657-3253

WIC is a nutrition program that helps families learn about healthy eating through nutrition education, counseling, nutritious foods, and help accessing health care. These services are provided to low-income women, infants, and children through the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program, popularly known as WIC.

In partnership with Community Action Services and Food Bank, this on-campus food pantry is available to students, faculty, and staff struggling with food insecurity. The UVU Food Pantry offers canned goods, boxed items, basic hygiene items, and some baby products such as formula, diapers, etc.
In addition, meal vouchers for campus restaurants are also available for use up to three times per semester.

Bishop’s Storehouse

940 W. Center Street
Lindon, UT
(801) 785-0997


Provides a food pantry. The storehouse holds goods and food for those in need, especially in critical conditions. Speak to your local bishop about services provided.