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MEALS

Area Meal Service Programs

Nutrition Programs are available to residents age 60 and above and adults with disabilities. The programs provide dining sites, home-delivered meals and nutrition-related screenings, education, and counseling.

Meals served at dining sites and delivered to homes are designed to meet at least one-third of the Recommended Daily Allowance (RDA) for adults age 60 and older. They are normally served Monday through Friday around the noon hour, although there are some schedule variations based on location. There is no charge for the meals, but donations are encouraged and appreciated to help support the program.

 

Dining Sites

There are 18 dining sites in our area. All are open to the public and provide a nutritious meal as well as an opportunity for fellowship, fun, and education. Transportation to meal sites is available in Calumet and Waupaca Counties.

For more information on dining sites in the following communities, simply click on the county where you live.

Calumet County: Brillion, Chilton, Hilbert, New Holstein, Sherwood, Stockbridge
Outagamie County: Kaukauna, Seymour, Greenville, Appleton
Waupaca County: Clintonville, Iola, New London, Manawa, Marion, Waupaca, Weyauwega/Fremont

Meal Delivery Programs

Home-delivered meals are available to individuals who meet all of the following criteria:

- Are 60 years of age or older
- Not able to get out to a meal site
- Not able to prepare meals for themselves
- Do not have someone available to prepare meals for them

Volunteers and staff deliver hot, nutritious meals. Physician-ordered special diets can be accommodated in some locations. For more details on area meal delivery programs, call the Aging & Disability Resource Center at 1-866-739-2372.

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