Senior Center Services such as Information & Referral, Outreach, Assessment Screening, Legal and Supportive Services, Transportation for medical appointments and necessary shopping to keep seniors in their home, Health Insurance Information Program (Medicare Drug plans and other Medicare information), Health Fairs, Advocacy, Elder Abuse, Awareness, Preventive Health Programs and other Services. Eligibility is for those 60 years of age and older and their spouses (regardless of age). All services are by donation only. No fees can be assessed to any service that is supplemented with Federal funds from the Older Americans Act.
Meals-on-Wheels helps seniors remain in their own homes by providing hot lunchtime meals for those age 60+. We provide a safety check for our seniors, giving peace-of-mind to family members who must work during the day. If in the unlikely event a senior needs immediate medical assistance, drivers and volunteers will call 911 and remain with the senior until help arrives.
Meals are delivered Monday through Thursday, excluding holidays. The number of service delivery days is dependent upon need.
Special diets and (limited) liquid meals are available for those at higher nutritional risk.
60 years of age or older and homebound, and the caregiver spouse of the homebound senior, and the disabled child of a homebound senior.
Homebound is someone that is unable to leave their home without assistance. Those individuals who still drive and get out into the community are not considered homebound. Meals-on-Wheels encourages those that are not homebound to participate in lunch at their senior center.
Fees & Charges:
Fees are not charged for this program.
A contribution of $2.50 per meal is a suggested donation for both congregate and home delivered meals.