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COVID-19 Guide to Student Resources: Cheyenne Community Resources

This guide highlights various resources for students, academic and community, intended to help with the transition to online learning and dealing with the threat of COVID-19.

General COVID-19 Information and Assistance

Health Care Services

Food Assistance

Laramie County School District #1 Feeding Program (ages 18 and under)
Additional Info

206 Van Lennen Avenue
Monday – Thursday from 10am – 1pm
ID required. Drive up only. Will give one food and commodity box per person, only 1 person in the lobby at a time and do not bring in your own boxes. 

St. Joseph’s Food Pantry
206 Van Lennen Ave
Monday – Thursday from 10am – 1pm. Drive up only.  County ID required. Contact Eva.

Little Free Pantry’s, located at the following Churches: St. Mark’s Episcopal (1908 Central located around the corner on East 19th Street), and St Paul Lutheran (218 East 19th Street), Ascension Lutheran (712 Storey Blvd)
They will stock wooden boxes outside as supplies allow. If anyone would like, please drop off non-perishable foods.

Salvation Army
601 East 20th Street
Drive-up food box available. Call first.

Ambitious Diversities Purple Pantry
3908 West 5th Street
Tuesday from 10:00am-2:00pm (Drive-up only)
Frozen meals, canned goods, and non-perishable items

Element Church
600 East Carlson, #201
Monday-Thursday from 10am to 1pm, beginning March 23rd. 
Home deliveries for the elderly who are confined to their homes call 307-200-8840. Leave name and address and they will deliver the following day. Closed Sundays.

Fellowship Baptist Church
1317 Avenue C
First Wednesday of each month. Provides a food box. Drive-up only.