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Care Help of Sulphur Education, Resource & Assistance Center
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Care Help Food Pantry
Assistance Office
112 E. Thomas Street in Sulphur 337-287-4793, Fax: 337-888-3115
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Hours 9:00am-1:00pm and 2:00-4:00pm Monday-Friday
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Assisting Families in Need
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Food     Furniture      Medicine         Electric     Transient Food    
Water    Household   Clothing          Dental                   
Gas       Bus Ticket    Fire                 Gasoline
Rent      Emergency  Infant Needs   Lodging
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Food Pantry Needs
 
If you would like to donate food for our food pantry,
we are always in need of the following:
Rice, dry beans, soup, cornbread mix, spaghetti/sauce, crackers, 
peanut butter, jelly, mac 'n cheese, canned vegetables, canned fruit,
boxed meals-hamburger helper, pop-top meat-tuna/chicken,
breakfast food-cereal/grits/oatmeal/poptarts, toiletries-toilet paper,
soap, shampoo, toothbrush, toothpaste, femine products, detergent. 
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Care Help Assistance Office

 Assistance Requirements

Must be a resident of Sulphur/Carlyss, or a transient in an emergency situation.  

  • Picture Identification
  • Proof of residency
  • Proof of income for everyone in household
  • Proof of social security cards
  • Proof of all monthly bills
  • Food Stamp sheet, if applies
  • Bank and savings statements, if applies 

 

Future Women's Transitional Home

Care Help of Sulphur is currently raising funds for a future women's transitional home. We will be providing free shelter for women who are in need of temporary housing.

We will help them with necessary life and job skills along with showing them the love of God. If you would like to help, please contact Executive Director, Jody Farnum at 528-2273.

Click Here! Care Help's Upcoming Women's Transitional Home. KPLC-TV video

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Please Note: We do not take the place of a job, food stamps, unemployment, Social Security, child support, etc.  In situations that require long-term financial support, we try to make referrals to other agencies that may be able to help.