Programs and Resources
Healing the mind.
immediate need for food, we work to help you holistically reach a better place.
will give you vital tips and tools to tackle life’s challenges.
The LIHEAP program assists eligible households in paying their gas and/or electric bills. Learn more on how to get help with LIHEAP.
Buy with SNAP Online
SNAP assists eligible people who need help buying food for themselves and their children. Learn how to sign up for the SNAP program here.
Access DuPage, Medicaid Application Assistance
The Pantry periodically offers assistance with applying for Medicaid. Click here for help.
We offer gas cards to current customers for their transportation needs. Sign up for a gas card here.
Case Management Services
We know that there are more material needs than just food. We can help by connecting you with resources for other essential needs. To learn more, or to get a referral to one of the resources listed below, contact Kristin Jachymiak at firstname.lastname@example.org.
West Suburban Community Pantry’s Job Readiness programs are provided to help clients who find themselves at a professional crossroads. The classes and workshops are designed to help individuals improve their current situation by providing job readiness and life skills classes to move toward self-sufficiency and financial independence. The programs that we provide help identify career options, make choices, and ultimately gain stability through employment.
We also offer assistance with resume and cover letter writing.
For employment assistance, please contact Kristin Jachymiak for a referral to one of our partners.
- Goodwill Workforce Connection Center
- workNet DuPage Career Center
- Community Career Center
Medical & Mental Healthcare
For education assistance, please contact Kristin Jachymiak for a referral to one of our partners.