Tri-County Office on Aging’s nutrition program, commonly referred to as Meals on Wheels, offers home delivered meals, congregate dining, Senior Dine Cards, and volunteer opportunities. These donation-based services provide well-balanced meals and social opportunities to participants, supporting TCOA’s mission in promoting and preserving the independence and dignity of the community we serve. To learn more about each offering, select the corresponding heading below.
TCOA’s home delivered meals program provides healthy, well-balanced meals utilizing a person-centered approach. The program offers, hot, cold, or frozen meal options based on a participants preferences.
Congregate Dining Site participants help provide friendship, fellowship, and healthy, well-balanced meals at locations throughout our community.
The nutrition program offers a variety of volunteer opportunities that enable community members to support older adults in their area, find new interests and skills, and connect with like-minded individuals. Engagement of volunteers is vital for the operation of the nutrition program and the promotion of health in our community. For information on how to participate in these volunteer opportunities, please visit our volunteer page using the following button: