Putnam County, WV Assistance Programs and Resources

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Putnam County Food Assistance Programs

Our list of food assistance programs includes: food pantries, soup kitchens, congregate meal programs in Putnam County.

John Henson Senior Center

2800 Putnam Avenue
Hurricane, WV - 25526
(304)562-9451
The Putnam County Aging Program is fighting hunger in our communities on a daily basis by offering meals at both local senior centers and Meals on Wheels, and delivering nutritious meals to seniors of Putnam and Fayette counties! Meals are provided free of charge to the seniors, and a small donation is welcome. There are senior centers in Putnam and Fayette counties! Hours of Operation: Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. ..

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Hometown Senior Center

40 First Avenue North
Hometown, WV - 25109
(304)586-2745
Putnam County Aging Program fights hunger in our communities daily, offering meals both at local senior centers as well as Meals on Wheels, delivering nutritious meals straight to seniors of Putnam and Fayette counties! Meals are provided to seniors at no cost, though a small donation is appreciated. We have senior centers in Putnam and Fayette counties!..

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Buffalo Senior Center

48 Wrights Lane
Buffalo, WV - 25033
(304)937-3352
Putnam County Aging Program fights hunger in our communities daily, offering meals both at local senior centers as well as Meals on Wheels, delivering nutritious meals straight to seniors of Putnam and Fayette counties! Meals are provided to seniors at no cost, though a small donation is appreciated. We have senior centers in Putnam and Fayette counties!..

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Housing Programs and Assistance

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Food Programs

Food pantries, soup kitchens, food baskets. We find these local resources and list them.

Free clothing assistance

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