Heartland Hope's pantry, located at 2021 U Street in Omaha, allows families to visit the food and clothing pantry once a month. Seniors ages 60 or older and the disabled (proof of disability required) and those experiencing crisis situations may visit more often.
- A week's supply of food including: meat, produce, bread, dairy, canned and boxed goods
- Hygiene items such as: deodorant, shampoo, toothpaste and toilet paper
- Assistance applying or recertifying for SNAP (food stamps)
- Referrals to other community assistance
- Financial classes
- Employment resources
If you need additional assistance or are in a crisis situation, you can meet with a client service specialist who can connect you to additional resources.
Please bring the following items with you in order to access the pantry:
Photo identification such as:
- Personal driver's license
- State ID
- Work ID
- Omaha Housing Authority ID
- Tribal ID
- Mug shot
Identification for other members of the household include:
- Social Security card
- School ID
- Medicaid card/letter
- Birth certificate
Proof of address. If you current address is different from the your photo ID you will need:
- Mail from a government agency, such as Medicaid, dated within the last 60 days
- A utility bill, such as a phone or electric bill, dated within the last 60 days
Heartland Hope cannot accept handwritten letters as proof of identification or address. Please come prepared to sign a statement of monthly income.
Need help beyond what Heartland Hope provides? Please call United Way's First Call for Help (dial 211) for additional assistance.
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