If you need help:

We’re updating resources regularly to keep you informed on how COVID-19 is affecting food access.

Missouri Family Resources – Summer Edition

P-EBT Info, Recipes & Tips

Click on each program below for the latest updates:

Food Pantries

There are three ways to find our Community Food Partner Agencies nearest you:

  • Call our Hunger Hotline – Call (314) 726-5355 x1 for nearby locations.
  • Text for Locations – Text your zip code to (785) 503-3310.
  • View the MapSearch the map for locations near you.

Want to know what to expect when you go? Watch our video tutorial on visiting a
Community Food Partner Agency (pantry) HERE IN ENGLISH and HERE IN SPANISH.

Child Meal Locations

Grab n’ Go meals for kids are continuing through the fall!  To find out where kids, ages 18 and younger, can get a free grab ‘n go style meal, check out our Child Meals Map.

View Child Meal Map


  • Non-elderly adults without health insurance who test positive for COVID-19 can receive Medicaid coverage.
  • Participants will not have any co-pays for COVID-19 testing and treatment.
  • Medicaid has expanded telehealth so participants can meet with their clinicians over the phone.
  • Missouri voters passed Medicaid expansion. This means more people can qualify for coverage when Medicaid expansion goes into effect in July 2021. Until then, Medicaid eligibility requirements will remain the same. 
Medicaid Resources

SNAP or Food Stamps

  • Beginning in August, all work documentation requirements and the time limit for SNAP will resume.
  • SNAP participants can now use their EBT card to order groceries online through Amazon and Walmart.
  • In October, families enrolled in SNAP will receive the maximum monthly benefit that is available for their household size.
SNAP Resources

Unemployment Insurance

  • Self-employed, part-time, and gig workers are now eligible for unemployment benefits.
  • Unemployment benefits have been extended for an additional 13 weeks.
Unemployment Resources


  • Missouri is now using eWIC! Benefits will be loaded onto an eWIC card during appointments at your local WIC agency.
  • Services may now be offered by phone, drive-up, mail or online. Call your local WIC agency to see how they’re operating
WIC Resources

Additional Resources