Community Resources

In these uncertain times, there are several resources in our community that are available to help those in need too offer food, faith and financial support. Please use the links below to learn more and share with someone who might be in need. Stay healthy and stay strong in FAITH!

WESLEY DISTRIBUTION EVENT: On the third Saturday of each month we distribute paper goods and food boxes (when available) from 9:00-11:00 am at WESLEY WEST (413 East Washington St, Bloomington). Contact Karen Daudelin for more details about this ministry at kpdaudelin@frontiernet.com or call 309.838.5723.

BROADBAND SEARCH: For those in need of affordable, high quality internet for students or working from home. This resource has an in-depth page dedicated to the best internet providers in the Bloomington area. Click Here for details

MID CENTRAL COMMUNITY ACTION: To educate, equip, and empower people to achieve healthy relationships, finances, homes, and neighborhoods.
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UNION MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH: (505 W. Jackson Street, Bloomington IL 61701) 309-828.1162
Pre-packed food boxes to be picked up by appointment. Please call and leave a message so they can return your call and arrange a time for pick-up.

EASTVIEW FOOD PANTRY:
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SALVATION ARMY FOOD PANTRY: There are many in need of food in our community during this time. The Salvation Army can help!
DRIVE-THRU OR WALK-THRU PICKUP DAYS AND TIMES:
(701 W. Washington St in Bloomington)
Mondays from 1-4 pm
Wednesdays from 10am-Noon

PATH CRISIS INFORMATION & REFERRAL: Workers can be reached 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year by calling United Way 2-1-1. Cant access United Way 2-1-1 through your phone? Call us at 1-888-865-9903.
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DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND HEALTHY RELATIONSHIP RESOURCES: Sunshine Behavioral Health has put together a resource that discusses emerging solutions to domestic violence. Their resource also discusses teen dating violence and how people can educate them on domestic violence prevention. They've added a list of free hotlines and organizations for domestic violence victims to reach out to as well as a shelter locator. Click here for details

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE HOTLINE: 1-800-799-7233
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ONLINE AA MEETINGS & SUPPORT:
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FAMILY & COMMUNITY RESOURCE CENTER: 309-821-1616
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WEST BLOOMINGTON REVITALIZATION PROJECT:
Click here for details

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