LCCM serves as the Food and Clothing Bank for Lebanon County. Eligibility for food and/or clothing is based on the NEED (not the income). An interview of the family or individual is used to determine the need. Interviews are also used to determine if other services or referrals to other agencies could be provided.
Families or individuals needing help can call Monday - Friday, between 8:30 am - 4:30 pm to make an appointment. Walk-in appointments are taken on availability of staff and volunteers.
Every food order includes well balanced, highly nutritional food for the entire family. The amount of servings is based on the household size. In addition, families will receive "goodies" to satisfy thier sweet tooth. Also included with the food are health and beauty aids such as toilet tissue, soap, toothpaste, tooth brushes and shampoo/conditioner, etc..
After the family or individual is interviewed, and a voucher is completed, they will be escorted through our clothing bank and be allowed to choose their desired items. The total number of items allowed is dependent on our supply at the time of the appointment. In addition to clothing, we provide shoes/sneakers, sheets and blankets, and towels. All of the clothing LCCM has in stock is donated and ALL of the clothing is given to those in need at no cost.
If you wish to donate any food or clothing items, you may do so at anytime during our normal hours of operation. Monday thru Friday 8:30am- 4:30pm.
If an individual or family is an active client of one of the Lebanon County agencies listed below and are in need of food and/or clothing, they are encouraged to contact thier case worker. These listed agencies have agreements with LCCM and are able to write food and/or clothing bank vouchers on LCCM's behalf (thus eliminating duplication of services):
Agape Family Shelter
Alder Health Care
Area Agency on Aging
Commuinity Action Partnership
GSH Family Practice
Lebanon Family Health Services
Martin Luther King Family Life Center