We Help Any Way We Can.
At Community Access Line of the Lakeshore, we not only strive to connect our area’s residents with a wide range of health and human services resources but also to keep them informed of current news, events, and networking opportunities.
Mobile Food Pantries.
Muskegon and Ottawa counties offer many mobile food pantry locations each month. The latest schedule can be viewed or downloaded by selecting the buttons below.
Dial 2-1-1 if you need assistance relating to COVID-19. C.A.L.L. can provide referrals to COVID-19 tests, testing sites, vaccines, scheduling assistance, and resources for individuals needing to quarantine or isolate.
If you would like to learn more about the COVID-19 connections made by 211, visit the MI 211 COVID-19 dashboard here.
Time-Sensitive Programs and Services
Many time-sensitive programs and services are available throughout the year. C.A.L.L. works to keep residents informed of these programs and services and to help them understand the details, schedules, eligibility requirements and more. Click here to view a list and short description of the available programs and services.
Community Access Line of the Lakeshore Events.
To educate and keep the communities we serve informed of our services, we attend many local events, fairs, and festivals. Our schedule for the year is:
|April 19, 2022
||6 a.m. – 7:30 p.m.||Creating Connections: Honoring Cultures||Harbor Lights Middle School, Holland|
|June 28, 2022||6 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.||Summer Migrant Education Program Open House||Great Lakes Elementry School, Holland|
|August 10, 2022||TBD||Summer Migrant Education Celebration of Learning||TBD|