Just Food provides access to healthy food to anyone in Douglas County. Our clients are from all walks of life and find themselves in a million different circumstances that put them in a position to seek out assistance to feed themselves and their families.
On this page you can see how to access our services. Complete the client information form, or fill it out in person. Once that is complete you can immediately access the pantry weekly.
Just Food is here for all folks experiencing temporary or on-going need for food, diapers, and other basic needs. To reduce barriers to access our pantry, no income, residency, or household verification is required.
To see what your Just Food visit will look like, check out this video!
HOW TO GET FOOD
All clients must complete a client info form. You can complete this online, or in person.
Visit either our main pantry during our regular pantry hours or our mobile pantry, the Cruising Cupboard, at one of the scheduled stops. On your first visit, we can help guide you through the process of completing your info form and choosing food for yourself and your family to take home that day.
Just Food's pantry is designed to be a supplemental food assistance service. Clients of Just Food can shop once per calendar week, and can visit anytime our pantry is open, Tuesday-Friday. To reduce barriers to our services, no income, residency, or household member verification is required.
WHERE TO GET FOOD
The Cruising Cupboard is Just Food’s mobile food pantry, providing access to food in rural areas and food desserts of Douglas County.
Clients who qualify for delivery at this time:
Persons with a disability, chronic illness, or health condition that keeps you from coming to Just Food
Persons who are homebound
Persons who have no pick-up proxy options
Just Food only delivers on Mondays. You must sign up before noon on Friday to receive your food box the following Monday.
We have food pantries stocked with food available to students and their families in need. To access a classroom pantry call the main office of the student's school.
A partnership with the Heartland Community Health Center, Just Food and Harvesters, the Care Cupboard serves to assist community members facing health concerns to access the healthy food they need to thrive and combat food-related illnesses.
Heartland Community Health Clinic:
346 Maine St #150, Lawrence, KS 66044