The Community Stabilization Services (CSS) program helps people achieve stability and well-being by providing food, financial assistance, and social support services.
Jewish history and values guide our work; therefore, we have a responsibility to first meet the most critical needs of Jewish families and individuals. We also provide services to non-Jewish people in the broader community when possible.
We offer short-term, limited financial assistance to cover unexpected financial shock, such as job losses, interruptions in income, or unexpected expenses that threaten a household’s stability.
The Polack Food Bank is open three days a week. You may select the foods you prefer from the choices available in the Food Bank. Typically, you can choose from multiple varieties of canned fruits, vegetables, tuna, soup, and beans as well as fresh produce, eggs, lean meats, and dairy. As with all food banks, we cannot guarantee the quality of food distributed, although our goal is to distribute nutritious food of good quality.
Wednesday: 10:00 a.m. – Noon
Thursday: 2:00 – 4:00 p.m.
Friday: 10:00 a.m. – Noon
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