Details for Senior Disability Services

Updated

FEEDING HUNGRY
NEIGHBORS FOR

OLDER AMERICANS MONTH

Do you or someone you know have a hard time getting your basic
nutrition needs met? Are you an older adult or person with a
disability who has a hard time getting food because you are no
longer able to drive or you struggle to make ends meet? Aging
and Disability Resource Connection (ADRC) call center agents
can help by referring you to programs, such as the Supplemental
Nutritional
Assistance
Program
(SNAP), which can provide you with
funds to help pay for groceries,
or to other resources like local
food banks. Meals on Wheels,
a community based program
delivers hot nutritious meals
to homebound seniors,
helping to reduce social
isolation.

Critical services that
keep older adults healthy,
independent, and engaged
in their communities are
funded by the Older Americans
Act. Call for more information.

Senior and Disability Services

541-336-2289

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