ICCAP offers three food programs tailored to benefit the Indiana County Community based on specific needs. There are numerous food pantries, the PA Senior Food Box Program which is a nutrition specific food assistance program, and emergency food assistance. ICCAP also offers advice and recipes for healthy eating with it’s Nutrition Corner resource.
The PA Senior Food Box Program
Administered by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Food and Nutrition Service, the PA Senior Food Box Program is a federal food program designed to improve health and nutrition of seniors 60+ years of age. Participants receive free food once a month that are tailored to the nutritional needs of the participants.
Aside from food and housing programs, ICCAP offers a variety of other resources. From categories like securing energy services and even back to school supplies, ICCAP may be able to help.
We provide financial services to approximately 200 Consumers of which, 99% of them receive SSI, SSDI, VA or Black Lung. They can self-refer, or be referred by the Social Security Office, or another agency or organization.
This program provides child friendly non-perishable food items to over 800 children in grades K – 6th for weekends on a weekly basis. We distribute food to all 12 public schools throughout Indiana County.
Power Pack is a donation based program.