Food Rx

Clients receive a food prescription when referred by a designated Healthcare Partner or commit to a Community Health Program.

Clients receive a food prescription (Food Rx) when referred by a designated Healthcare Partner or when they commit to a Community Health Program that improves their health and well being.

Food Rx clients redeem their Food Rx twice a month at Food for Change Markets, where they can select 30 pounds of free fruits and vegetables plus 4 additional healthy items. Clients can also attend educational events at the Market, such as cooking demos, as their schedule allows. Nutrition education material will also be available for clients to get new ideas for how to prepare their food.

By having increased access to nutritious food, individuals can better manage their health while lowering the financial stress of household grocery costs, which can result is improved health outcomes and decreased food insecurity.

The Food Rx program partners with healthcare systems, clinics, and organizations that provide health programming to community members. Food Rx is most appropriate for populations who are at-risk for or have chronic diseases or are participating in a health and wellness program. There are two models for partnership: Community Health Program and Healthcare Partner. See more information on the Food Rx fact sheet.

Our Food Rx partners include:

If interested in participating in Food Rx at these partner sites, please contact them for eligibility requirements.

AccessHealth – Richmond Center
400 Austin St,
Richmond, TX 77469
281-342-4530

American Heart Association
Various locations (In partnership with Check. Change. Control.)
832-918-4000

Avenue 360 – Main Campus
2150 W 18th St, Suite 300, Houston, TX 77008
713-426-0027

Central Care Integrated Health Services – MLK Clinic
8610 Martin Luther King Blvd
Houston, TX 77033
(713) 734-0199

Christ Clinic
25722 Kingsland Blvd #111
Katy, TX 77494
281-391-0190

Community Health Network – Adoue Family Health Center
1111 W. Adoue St. Alvin, TX 77511
281-824-1481

Community Health Network – Freeport Community Health Center
905 N. Gulf Blvd. Freeport, TX 77541
979.871.9553

Community Health Network – Pearland Family Health Center
2552 East Broadway St. Suite 102 Pearland, TX 77581
281.824.1480

Diabetes Awareness and Wellness Network (DAWN)
Various Locations
(832) 393-4055

El Centro de Corazon
7037 Capitol St., Ste. N100
Houston, TX 77011
(713) 660-1880

Harris Health System – Strawberry Health Center
927 Shaw Ave
Pasadena, TX 77506
(713) 982-5900

Memorial Hermann – Wave Health Center
1500 Main St, South Houston, TX 77587
713-946-7461

Pasadena Health Center
908 Southmore Ave #100,
Pasadena, TX 77502
713-554-1091

San Jose Clinic
2615 Fannin Street,
Houston, TX 77002
(713) 228-9411

Spring Branch Community Health Center – Cy-Fair Clinic
7777 Westgreen Blvd.
Cypress, TX 77433
(713) 387-7180

Spring Branch Community Health Center – Pitner Clinic
8575 Pitner Road
Houston, TX 77080
(713) 462-6545

Spring Branch Community Health Center – West Houston Clinic
19333 Clay Road
Katy, TX 77449
(713) 462-6555

St. Mary’s Clinic
2120 S Wayside Dr. Ste. B
Houston, TX 77023
(713) 803-1840

Texas Children’s Hospital: upWORDS
Various Locations
To be added to the wait list, fill out the online form or email your name, phone number and email address to upWORDS@texaschildrens.org.
832-227-1828

The Center for Children and Women – Greenspoint
700 North Sam Houston Parkway West Houston, TX 77067
832-828-1005

The Center for Children and Women – Southwest
9700 Bissonnet St., Suite 1000 W Houston, TX 77036
832-828-1005

UT Physicians Multispecialty – Jensen
2620 E. Crosstimbers Street, Suite 100
Houston, TX 77093
(713) 486-8550

Women’s Resource Center of Houston
Various Locations
(713) 521-7040

YMCA
Various Locations
(713) 748-5405

For questions regarding Food For Change, please contact:

Food For Change
832-519-8025