Community Resources

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Malden City Hall

Food Pantries in Malden

For additional information click on any of the Food Pantries below.

 

Bread of Life

109 Madison St.

781/397-0404 or  INFO@BREADOFLIFEMALDEN.ORG

Wednesdays from 4-6 pm, and on Fridays from 2-4 pm

Households may pick up groceries once every 4 weeks.

Grocery delivery Program for the elderly and shut-in from Covid, etc.  Deliveries are scheduled Tuesday through Friday.

http://www.breadoflifemalden.org/

First Baptist Church Malden
493 Main St.

781/324-2745

Tuesday thru Friday 5:30 – 6:30 pm

https://www.fbcmalden.org/

Freedom Hill Community Church Food Pantry
77 Kennedy Drive

781/321-2121

The pantry is open on Tuesday evenings from 6:30 PM – 8 PM

1 visit per month

https://freedomhillcommunitychurch.org/food-pantry/

Imani Temple
264 Salem Street

781/324-3378

https://imanitempleministry.church/

 

Mobile Food Market
North Suburban WCI/Hallmark Health

239 Commercial Street

Preregistration is required by calling 781/338-7568

2nd Saturday of the month

https://maldenps.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/Flyer-Generic-Mobile-Market.pdf

Philadelphie SDA Church
575 Main Street

781/397-9143

Food Pantry: Every 1st Sunday of the month from 10 AM-12 PM

Meals: 12-2 PM Wednesdays

https://www.phili.org/

YMCA Malden
99 Dartmouth Street

(781) 324-7680

HOURS OF OPERATION
 Monday  11:00 AM-2:00 PM
 Tuesday  11:00 AM-2:00 PM
 Wednesday  CLOSED
 Thursday  11:00 AM-2:00 PM
 Friday  CLOSED
 Saturday  10:00AM-12:00PM

 

https://mv-ymca.org/food-security/malden-ymca-food-market

Malden Overcoming Addiction (MOA)

Malden is Moving’s January 2023 Community Partner

Mission:  To connect the community with addiction support and recovery services, remove the stigma of addiction, and fight to eliminate overdose fatalities in Malden and surrounding communities.

MOA began in 2013 with a group of community members committed to increasing awareness of the growing opioid crisis, we provide a variety of support and recovery services including:

MOA Recovery CoachesWe connect trained professionals with individuals seeking avenues to recovery from substance use disorders. 

Dom DiSario Scholarship ProgramScholarship money is used to find an available bed for someone in recovery. Due to the current availability of resources, the scholarship is limited to Malden residents only.  

Malden CaresOutreach, support, and education for those struggling with addiction in partnership with the City of Malden.

Community Events – We host a variety of community events throughout the year. To see what events are coming up next, check out our calendar.

Find more information and resources at https://www.maldenovercomingaddiction.com/

Below is a photo of the Faces of Recovery event in November 2022.  This project was a collaborative venture with the YWCA Malden and Malden Overcoming Addiction. It was a youth-led platform that utilized interview techniques to share the stories of those who have overcome substance use disorder. Based on the concept of encouraging recovery, stopping the stigma, and spreading awareness surrounding substance use, placing youth at the center of community change.

 

Fellsmore Pond in Spring photograph

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Photo of a group of young women holding a YWCA Malden sign