Gates of Hope | 112 Flint St. Fall River
Tues – Sat by appointment – Bring photo ID and
proof of address.
TO REGISTER: call 508-679-2811 ext. 2459 or online prior to the event EACH month.
This mobile market provides FREE, fresh fruits and vegetables. The fruits and vegetables are donated by The Greater Boston Food Bank.
1. Food is distributed on a first come, first-serve basis
2. Bring your own shopping bags
Greater FR Community Food Pantry | 235 Nashua St., Fall River
Tuesday & Thursday
Clients can receive food once per month. Proof of residency required.
10:00 AM-12:00 PM
Information on Site Locations, Times and Rain Sites:
Abbot Court | 12:00pm | Rain Site: Viveiros School
Bennie Costa | 12:15pm (ONLY LUNCH) | Rain Site: Bennie Costa Community Hall
Father Diaferio | 12:15pm (ONLY LUNCH) | Rain Site: Fonseca School
Griffin Park | 11:45am | Rain Site: Viveiros School
Heritage Heights | 12:15pm (ONLY LUNCH) | Rain Site: Heritage Heights
Heritage State Park | 11:30am (ONLY LUNCH) | Rain Site: Heritage State Park
Kennedy Park | 12:00pm | Rain Site: Doran School
Lafayette Park | 11:45am | Rain Site: Watson School
Maplewood Park | 12:00pm | Rain Site: Letourneau School
North Park | 11:45am | Rain Site: Morton Middle School
Pleasant View | 11:45am | Rain Site: Morton Middle School
Pulaski Park | 12:00pm | Rain Site: Greene School
Ruggles Park | 11:45am | Rain Site: Fonseca School
Father Travassos Park | 11:45am | Rain Site: Watson School
Park Activities Start at 11:00am
Lunches must be eaten on-site and will be served on a first-come, first-served basis for 1 hour. Must be 18 years old or younger to get free lunch. Lunch will be served indoors on rainy days. Call RE-CREATION at 508-679-0922 for more information.
Catholic Social Services:
FR Community Soup Kitchen
1600 Bay St.
Meal served from
11:00 AM – 12:30 PM
Holy Trinity Church
951 Stafford Rd.
Meal served from
5:00 PM – 6:00 PM
2nd & 4th Thursdays
All Hope Hospice grief support groups provide a safe, confidential and supportive setting for anyone experiencing a loss. These are mutual support groups led by specially trained facilitators. If you are interested in a referral for a mental health clinician, please -all the main number and ask for one of our grief support counselors who can assist you.
Registration is required. For more information or register, please call 508-957-0304
Hope Hospice with offices in Hyannis, Falmouth, Sandwich, Brockton and Martha’s Vineyard | 508-957-0200 | www.hopehospicema.org
The Help Center is an opportunity for individuals seeking addiction related services of any kind to engage with said service immediately, and without waiting for their turn on any wait list. All providers who participate in our monthly help center have agreed to this condition.
In terms of detox placements, this time of year it becomes much more difficult. Thus far there has been a 100% placement rate, meaning every person who has come through looking for detox has been placed that same evening. While we cannot promise that to be the case going forward, we CAN promise that we will diligently search for open beds throughout the state and will follow up the following day if need be. The ultimate goal still is to place people that evening. There is no way to ensure which facilities will be available on any given day.
There are also services there available for concerned family members. For some, this is all new to us, and we don’t know where to start. The Greater Fall River Addiction Help Center is a perfect place to start. We are staffed by other parents and family members who are dealing with the same situation, as well a by staff who have learned to effectively manage their addiction and volunteer to help others. The best thing to offer an isolated and overwhelmed parent who is dealing with an addicted child is a sliver of hope.
In an effort to increase accessibility, we are also operating a Help Center on 12/14, from 1pm to 3pm. This event willl be held at the new First Step Inn Conference Center.
Information provided by Laurie Godwin on behalf of Recover Fall River