Emergency Services

Food Bank

The Food Bank provides food to low-income Glenn County residents. The food is distributed based on family size and on what makes a nutritionally-balanced diet. Recipients of food bank services must be Glenn County residents. There may be limits on the maximum number of times per year food may be obtained, and/or on the minimum number of days between each time recipients are served.

Food Bank Hours

Willows
Tuesday 1:00pm to 4:00pm

Food Bank assistance in Willows is located at 444 N. Tehama St., and is provided by First Southern Baptist Church, phone number 934-4716.

Orland

Food Bank assistance in Orland is provided by the Orland Pantry. The Orland Pantry provides food assistance to residents of Orland, Capay, Artois and Hamilton City. 

Homeless/Motel Voucher Assistance (funding extremely limited)

Assistance under this program is dependent upon funding availability, and the funding for this program comes from a variety of sources. To be eligible for services under this program a client must meet income guidelines, have an eviction notice, and have photo identification. Clients may receive services under this program once in a two-year period.

Rent Assistance (***as of September 2014 no funding available***)

First Month’s rent assistance and rent eviction prevention programs are dependent upon funding availability. To be eligible for services under this program a client must meet income guidelines, have an eviction notice, and present photo identification. Clients must be able to demonstrate the ability to continue rental obligation.

Special Needs Assistance

Special Needs assistance program is available from funds provided by United Way; funds vary, therefore, assistance is not always available. Types of assistance available under this program include clothing vouchers, hygiene products, baby items, transportation assistance, bus passes, etc. To be eligible for services under this program a client must meet income guidelines and present photo identification.