Food Resource Center
IMPORTANT UPDATE REGARDING FOOD RESOURCE CENTER SERVICES: The campus is closed until further notice, the food resource center is not distributing out grocery bags at this time. Instead, we have switched to electronic gift cards for Albertsons and Albertsons sister stores. Please contact Monica Perez for more information on how to receive an e-gift card.
Are you struggling to afford food while attending IVC?
You are not alone. We are here to help.
IVC students struggling with food insecurities are encouraged to seek out resources in the Food Resource Center. The Food Resource Center is a free, confidential service aiming to provide registered students with the appropriate resources to manage a sufficient, healthy diet. The program provides short-term relief and offers referrals for additional community support and ongoing assistance with food insecurity.
Services for Current Students:
Food Pantry Resources
Helpful CalFresh Links
CalFresh, known federally as the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program or SNAP, provides monthly food benefits to individuals and families with low-income and provides economic benefits to communities.
It provides long-term food assistance. For each individual in a household, there may be up to $234 of assistance provided per month.
*Free protein packs and sandwiches can also be picked up at the Counseling Center (SSC 210), Veterans Services Center (SSC 120), DSPS (SSC 171), EOPS (SSC 220), Student Activities Center (SAC), and the Health and Wellness Center (HWC).