The program can provide a lunch at home for seniors who are unable to cook for themselves; have no one to cook for them and are unable to attend a senior meal center. This service is commonly referred to as “Meals on Wheels.” The program provides lunch, Monday through Friday, for individuals over the age of sixty (60) and their spouses and/or disabled dependents at centers throughout the KIPDA region. The program gives seniors an opportunity to spend time with friends and neighbors. Meal centers also provide nutrition education, connections to other community services specifically for seniors, and a variety of fun activities.
Age sixty and over, spouse of any age, and/or disabled dependents of any age. Home meal clients must meet additional eligibility requirements.
How to access this service:
- In Jefferson County: Call Louisville Metro Senior Nutrition Program 502. 574.MEAL
- In Oldham, Henry, and Trimble Counties: Call Tri-County Community Action Agency 502.222.1349
- In Bullitt, Shelby, and Spencer Counties: Call Multi-Purpose Community Action Agency 502.633.7162
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