DO YOU NEED HELP?


FAITH Neighborhood Center administers help to individuals who need food and various other forms of assistance. We treat our clients with respect and dignity and strive to create a positive experience for all. No matter what your reason is for visiting the Center we are here to help.

BECOME A CLIENT

You must be a resident of South Lake County, Florida to qualify for services- Mascotte, Groveland, Clermont, Minneola, Montverde and points between these and south to the county line.

WHAT WE OFFER

We provide a letter of charity support which they can take to the Community Health Centers to receive free or reduced-cost medical care. This is only for our clients.

Operating Hours


Monday: Closed
Tuesday: 9:00am – 12:00pm
Wednesday: 9:00am – 12:00pm
Thursday: 1:00pm – 4:00pm
Friday: 9:00am – 12:00pm
Sat-Sun: Closed

Come & Visit


14727 Timber Village Road
Groveland, FL 34736

Become A Client


Are you in need of services? Becoming a client is easy! Just make sure you are a resident of South Lake County and sign up today. We’ll require some basic information when you talk to our staff.

Become A Client


First Time Visiting


If you have not been to the Center before and feel you are in need of our services, bring in any information regarding any government services you are receiving, and an estimate of your monthly income.

You must be a resident of South Lake County, Florida to qualify for services- Mascotte, Groveland, Clermont, Minneola, Montverde and points between these and south to the county line. We receive donations of food from government sources, so you must qualify based on your family income or government programs.

Our front desk volunteers will ask you for some basic information about you and your family and establish that you qualify for our services. Once you are signed up as a client, you will be offered services on your first visit.

If you have food restrictions due to allergies or other medical conditions, make sure you notify the front desk volunteer so your restrictions are properly recorded.

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Established Clients


If you are receiving food on your visit, a Food Order is transmitted to our Pantry, where your order will be assembled. We may have some non-food items available. Request those when you sign in. Browse for some fresh produce while you are waiting for your food order.

Please note that the volume and type of food you receive may vary according to our donations.

Once you are established as a client, you only need to check-in at the front desk to receive services on future visits.

What We Offer


Food Stamps and Medicaid

Normally, we have volunteers on duty who can assist you with Food Stamps and Medicaid applications. Call the center at 352-429-1200 before you come to find out what documents you need to bring with you.

Medical Assistance

You may be qualified to receive limited medical assistance every six months. We will refer you to a special clinic. Call the Center for details.

Computer Training

The Center is now offering a variety of computer classes at no charge to clients. Call the Center for information on times and dates.

Other Services

The Center offers other benefits such as job training, income tax assistance, food baskets at Christmas, computer and cooking classes and is planning to offer additional services in the future. Check our home page for the time and dates of our classes and other services.

If you have not been to the Center before check out the section Become a Client. We ask that you do not bring visitors with you as our services are only available to our clients and their families. All of our services are offered at no charge to you. If you have any questions during your visit, ask one of our volunteers. We strive to make your visit painless and as enjoyable as possible.

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