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145 Border St.
Boston, MA 02128
Mailing Address: ATTENTION:
160 North Washington Street
East Boston, MA 02114
Telephone Numbers and Contact information
Phone #:(800) 645-8333 Toll Free Hotline
Phone #:(800) 377-1292 Toll Free TTY
Operating Agency: Project Bread (Private, Non-Profit) Person In Charge: : Hours: hotline available 8am-7pm M-F Eligibility: Fees: Intake Process: Program Licenses: Staff Qualifications: Service Area: Handicap Accessibility:
Foodsource Hotline counselors refer callers to emergency food resources in their community as well as provide them with information about school meals, summer food sites for kids, elder meal programs, and the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program SNAP, formerly known as food stamps. They will screen callers for eligibility for SNAP and assist with the application. Their goal is to help the caller find as many resources as possible to put good food on the table. When relevant, they also connect callers with utility, fuel assistance, and MassHealth. All information is kept strictly confidential.
This information was last updated on 12/10/2010
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