Meal Programs in Monongalia County

Empty Bowls Monongalia distributed $152,000 to the following meal programs, food pantries,

and backpack feeding programs in July, 2021.

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Bartlett House

304-292-0101

20 Scott Ave

Morgantown

Estimated meals served annually 39,670.
Bartlett House operates a homeless shelter that serves three meals per week to individuals and families. They also provide food to clients who have moved into their own apartments.

Barlett House - West Run Facility

10 West Run Rd

304-292-0101

This program opened in spring of 2015 and has 36 Supportive Housing Units for the most vulnerable homeless population. A cook will be employed to prepare 3 meals a day 7 days per week at the facility. Clients served through this program are at the greatest risk of dying on the streets or in a shelter.

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First Presbyterian Church

304-296-8235

456 Spruce St.

Morgantown

In this downtown church, a pancake, eggs, and sausage breakfast is served every Sunday morning free to the community by volunteer teams from the church membership.

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Meals on Wheels

304-5991594

3375 University Ave.

Morgantown

Estimated meals served annually 22,165.
From a kitchen located in Star City, teams of volunteer drivers deliver a noon meal to home-bound elderly and disabled people in various areas of the county.

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Milan Puskar Health Right's Friendship House

304-292-8234

Located in downtown Morgantown, this is a safe and sober place for people in recovery from substance use disorder and/or with a mental health diagnosis to come during the day for groups, socialization, to use computers, receive peer support, and go on field trips.

Rape & Domestic Violence Information Center

304-292-5100

Estimated meals served annually 1,500.
Three meals a day, seven days a week are served to the client and her family.

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Sarah's Table

304-296-8231

1481 University Ave

Morgantown

. Estimated meals served annually 1,965.
The Catholic Churches of the Morgantown community provide a free mid-day meal for the community on each Sunday. It is served at St. John University Parish by teams of volunteers.

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Community Kitchen

247 Wiley St.

Morgantown

Estimated meals served

annually 18,500.

Based in the Episcopal Church basement in downtown Morgantown, this community soup kitchen provides lunch free to the community on weekdays.

Salvation Army Meal Program

304-296-3525

1224 University Ave

Morgantown

Estimated meals served annually 38,000.
Serves an evening meal daily Monday through Friday.

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The Shack Neighborhood House Family Meals Initiative

304-599-5469

537 Bllue Horizon Dr

Pursglove WV

Estimated meals served 2,400
The Family Meals Initiative is a twice monthly program in which 20 families from The Shack’s after school program are given all the ingredients necessary to make a wholesome meal together. The goal of the program is to encourage families to cook and eat together, talk to each other which supports a range of positive development indicators for children, and to enjoy a healthy meal together. Each meal will include fresh produce, a complete protein, and a starch.