Nutrition Shouldn't Cost a Fortune
Ritter Center operates the most accessible food pantry in Marin County - open nearly 40 hours each week. Each year, the agency distributes more than 27,000 bags of groceries to over 2,200 households, because no family should have to choose between paying the rent and putting food on the table. The vast majority of our pantry's food comes via the San Francisco Marin Food Bank. Pantry clients receive bountiful fresh and nutritious produce thanks to the Food Bank and Ritter Center's volunteers and grocery store partners such as Whole Foods and Mollie Stone's.
Your Health Is Everything
Ritter's Health Center provides both urgent and primary care to low-income, homeless and uninsured patients. In 2010, thanks to a grant from the Sutter Health Access to Care Fund, the clinic also began providing behavioral health services including therapy and psychiatric medicine management. The behavioral health program, Behavioral Wellness Education and Life Learning or BWELL for short, integrates our therapists and substance abuse counselors with our medical and case management teams to holistically assist patients with complex needs.