Food Pantry Site Locations

Please call the specific location to confirm hours of operation.

Berrien County

Benton Harbor SMCAA Warehouse

331 Miller Street - Benton Harbor, MI 49022


First Presbyterian Church SMCAA

13 S 4th Street - Niles, MI 49120


God's Abundant Pantry

9246 Kephart Ln - Berrien Springs, MI 49103


Hope Resource

144 S. Church Street - Coloma, MI 49038


Neighbor To Neighbor

9147 US-31 - Berrien Springs, MI 49103


Red Bud Ministries

708 Red Bud Tr North - Buchanan, MI 49107



Cass County

Action Ministry Center

301 Main St - Dowagiac, MI


Cass Helping Hands

130 S Broadway - Cassopolis, MI 49031


Van Buren County

Covert Lions Club Pantry

78085 CR-378 West - Covert, MI 49043


Decatur Human Services/VFW 

560 N. Phelps - Decatur, MI 49045


Hartford SMCAA Pantry

57150 CR-661 - Hartford, MI 49057


CSFP, TEFAP, and Pantry Site Locations

Please click the button below to view list of sites for CSFP, TEFAP, and food pantries.

For Additional Information on Programs

If you have any additional questions or would like more information on Emergency Assistance programs offered by SMCAA, please call our office at 269-925-9077.

Contact Information

185 E Main St, Ste 303

Benton Harbor, MI 49022

(269) 925-9077

Office Hours

Monday - Friday

8:00am to 4:30pm

Southwest Michigan Community Action Agency

SMCAA is dedicated to empowering diverse people in need and supporting their journey towards economic security.

Our vision: to be a beacon of support in a strong, thriving community by helping people and changing lives.

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