Family Food Center
1903 N. 2nd Street
Flagstaff, AZ 86004
Fax (928) 774-7469
The Paul Sweitzer Reading Room started in 1996 and is supervised daily. Children gather after they have eaten to receive help with reading & homework. Children are also offered a variety of educational computer programs, games and crafts.
|The mission of the Flagstaff Family Food Center is to provide wholesome meals in a safe and pleasant environment as well as help children with reading, homework, and social skills.
Since 1991, FFFC has served over 810,400 hot dinners.
They are open every day of the year from 4:00 to 5:30
p.m. There is no documentation of need required.
They do not serve anyone who appears drunk, on drugs, or who creates a disturbance.
Many of their clients are employed, usually for minimum wage, and may have lost welfare benefits. Some live in motels without cooking facilities. Some are camping out or traveling and others are between jobs. Some of our clients eat here regularly, others move through the system until they can stabilize their lives. About 20% of
their meals are served to children under the age of 16. Many are “at risk” kids from Sunnyside.
At FFFC, they offer
their clients not only a nutritious meal, but a chance to be treated with respect and dignity from
caring staff and volunteers.