Community Resources

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Food Resources

Lynn Salvation Army Food Pantry
1 Franklin Street
Phone: (781) 598-0673


East Coast Food Pantry
Lynn, MA 01901
Phone: (781) 818-4153
Last Friday of the month. 1:30pm to 3pm. Call ahead


Lynn Community Health Center Mobile Market
269 Union St.


Haven for Hunger Food Pantry
Peabody, MA 01960
Hours: Mon-Thur-Fri: 10am-12:15;
Phone: (978) 531-1530.


The Church of the Nazarene:
By Appointment Only
233 Eastern Ave Lynn, Ma 01902
Phone: (781) 593-5742


Saint Stephen’s Memorial Episcopal Church – Food Pantry
74 S Common St, Lynn, MA 01902
Phone: (781) 599-4220
First Friday of every month from 2-30-4pm


Washington Street Baptist Church
256 Washington St. Lynn, MA 01902
Phone: (781) 595-2550

Good Hope Inc.
47 Grove St, Lynnfield, MA 01940
Phone: (781) 715-0203
Visit Website:


The Salem Pantry – Food Pantry
105 Congress St, Salem, MA 01970
Phone: (978) 552-3954


Haven From Hunger
71 Wallis St, Peabody, MA 01960
Phone: (978) 531-1530


The Salvation Army North Shore
93 North St, Salem, MA 01970


Additional Food Resources:

GLSS Phoenix food Hub:
Address: 8 Silsbee Street Lynn Ma 01902
Phone: (781) 586-8503
Referred By a Care Coordinator team Based


C3 Flexible Services:
Home Delivered meals and Nutritional Meals and Case Managements
Referred By a Care Coordinator team Based


Family Forward Resource Center:
Snap Applications Assistance
103 Johnson Street Lynn Ma
Phone: 339-883-2401

More Resources

Apply for SNAP benefits (food stamps):

Massachusetts SNAP Benefits Application for Seniors – for individuals and couples age 60 or older:
Download Application

Visit Website: My Brother’s Table Soup Kitchen

Visit Website: Project Bread – food assistance for hungry families in Massachusetts

Housing Resources

Common Housing Application for Massachusetts Programs (CHAMP) – Massachusetts Section 8 Public Housing Application

North Shore Housing Action Group (NSHAG) – financial assistance program, focuses on needs of 18-24 year olds experiencing housing instability

Mission of Deeds – works with community partners who refer clients for assistance in furnishing their homes

Residential Assistance for Families in Transition (RAFT) & Emergency Rental Assistance Program (ERAP) – for COVID-related housing crises, program funds can be used for housing-related expenses only

Lynn Inspectional Services Department

AGO Landlord and Tenants Rights Guide (download)

Homeowner Assistance Fund (HAF)